Acrylic on canvas.
I have a collection of affordable found objects from Antique stores. Some folks call what I do as Antiquing, I tend to call it Junking, because the stuff I acquire is really just someone else’s junk like garage sale finds and second hand store castoffs. If you can only afford what some folks call junk, sometimes you can really find treasures.
The moment I found these idyllic photos, I remembered Henry David Thoreau’s, “Time is but the stream I go a-fishing in.” I goofed when I did the lettering on this project because I used the word “a” instead of the word “the” which my edition of WALDEN uses. So apologies go to the linguists of our wonderful Redbubble site.
Perhaps at one time Henry used “a” in his working of his masterpiece.
English and Its Articles by izzybeth