rabbit or beaver gnawed branches
found on the banks of the mississippi river on pike island, saint paul, minnesota
i think you would love the art of chris drury
I tried to do some birch bark biting after seeing his experiments with the ancient art.
Hi Margie –
Thanks so much for visiting and lingering. I really appreciate it. I see from your bog that we have a similar aesthetic, perhaps it’s those low rays of our northern latitudes that does that. Thanks for the comments, this is a fledgling blog and I appreciate the supportive feedback.
I will definitely check out Chris Drury. I am absolutely intrigued…birch bark biting? Sounds fascinating.
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saint paul, minnesota
assorted beach rocks collected on a single morning in grand marais harbor beach
grand marais, minnesota
such a wonderful variety of color and texture
I miss those quartz granites. The basalt prevalent at the Oregon coast is so staid in comparison.
These look like sweet little owl faces. I love it!
Oh my goodness. I thought they were pig or boar snouts! So relieved that they are walnut shells. :)
we made beautiful ink with these last summer
Great idea! I’d love to see them…do you have a link?