Monthly Archives: March 2014
One of the great joys in my garden at this time is seeing the rosemary and forsythia in bloom next to each other. I don’t find the individual flowers of either shrub particularly exciting but the combinations of colour and shape are stunning and uplifting.
This image is not presented as a botanical representation. It is an attempt to express and share my feelings
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The patterns and textures in the panel below are derived from pebbles found on the beach. See also Introducing Pebbles, patterns and textures.
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‘Rarely do we spend enough time with an image to ‘mine’ all of its visual, emotional and spiritual potential. Rarely are we aware of its impact on the emotional as well as the intellectual level. Too often our tendencies to judge and evaluate get in the way of appreciating what we see.’ Howard Zehr