A second alphabet, collage and painted paper on a black background. 30" x 22". With a little help from a Latin name or two I was able to complete the entire A to Z.
Every project teaches one something. Before I started this I had no idea that the Quoll even existed. ( An Australian mammal in case you are wondering.) X still remains a problem.... Watercolor. 30 x 22".
Having finally finished all the necessary research, Jane Austen begins to assemble an invaluable guide to the city of Bath (UK)
Preliminary research and a more finished map with relevant notes. One hopes Mrs Bennet and co will follow her good advice.
Counting the days till the Hummingbirds appear. Wilfred crosses off the days while Lancelot follows their progress on the map. Perhaps another month or so until the first birds appear. Time to start planning their annual "welcome back" garden party.
Definitely as big as whales. Whale shaped calligraphy. 14 x 11". Ink on paper
Undisturbed under the ice, the fish must be as big as whales by now.
- More fish prints. 8" x 5". On rice paper and found book pages from an old French dictionary
With the snow several feet deep here in places, Lancelot has had to take to his skis to get around. For long distances tho he may call an elephant taxi ( more reliable than the local service who have been known to object to prickles in the back seat). You may want to download the new ZOGO app yourself. NB Editor's note- zo is the Japanese for elephant.
With a vast Winter storm predicted, the studio is a good place to be. Prior to starting a big map of Dartmouth College I decided to begin with a small one as part of the necessary research. A note about scale- in cold weather, distances are always greater than anticipated. Watercolor and ink on paper, 15 x 11 "