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A lot of corn grown here in the Midwest. I used to think it was boring. As I have lived in land flanked by fields of corn, I have grown fascinated by it’s changing beauty. Ink, tea and dye on rches cover stock. 28″ × 40″. Post processed in PS.
corn, nature, crops
enjoy making direct work from natural materials in my prairie and wildlife sanctuary.i am a very restless person and I work in many different ways with a variety of media.
One cannot collect all the beautiful shells on the beach. One can collect only a few, and they are more beautiful if they are few.Anne Marrow Lindbergh
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Looks best viewed large.
does to corn what bamboo does to chinese art create something of beauty in the simple lines of the might be forgotton
Wow- what a cool comment- Thanks Tim!
– evon ski
I love how THOUGHTfull your work is in addition to having outer meaning/beauty.
Oh thanks so much Cynthia, much appreciated! X.
:))) thanks so much!
Thank you Cornelia for your wonderful comment.
I love all the depth your work has – literally and figuratively…xo
Ha – I just found the “old me” above and I said basically the same thing! At least I’m consistent. ha!
ah haha I LOVE that!! Thanks for the joy!!
oh Heloisa ~ thank you for your comment. I am sorry I had missed it. Blessings to you.
Wise quote for us someday; “True friendship is like sound health; the value of it is seldom known until it be lost.” - Charles Caleb Colton………………
So very beautiful artwork by your great talent, thank you to inspire me and the million friends of the world:)Best regards,Sunny
thanks for sharing that great quote. I appreciate your lovely comment here Sunny! Blessings.
absolutely gorgeous!! love this
Marion, so sorry I had missed your affirming comment. Thank you dearly!!