A Update on “A Garden Project”

     How can it be the middle of July already? Summer days for sure. We endured the heat dome, and now experience our summer drought – day after day of sunshine – but so far, thankfully, without a return of the extreme heat.

     A recent comment referred to these posts as “accounts of life, illustrated,” a lovely definition of what I’ve always tried to do here – and an update is due.

My work is now part of the Bainbridge Arts and Crafts exhibition in September – not August. The pieces made of gardeners’ words and my images are safely at the gallery – all 50 of them! They will be priced at just $35.00, unframed, with my portion of proceeds to be donated to the local food bank at Helpline House. (That seemed a good solution to using other people’s words.) It was great fun to do this project, and I look forward to meeting many of the gardeners at the opening!

     This September show is large, with many artists involved, so I’m not sure my other work will all be hung, but I surely enjoyed the making – illustrating garden bloom. In August I’ll post more blue and whites here, and maybe some pieces from “A Garden Project” on Instagram. Here’s one!

7 thoughts on “A Update on “A Garden Project”

  1. Such a nice surprise to see a post this morning! I love the sentence about the white poppy. Your show will be so much fun for all these gardeners to see.

      • Of course, you’re right! I have reading issues I guess. Day before travel mind wanderings and anxiety. Sorry about that!!! At any rate, I love the thought of that roof garden. We walk by one in Portland that is on top of a house built into the side of a hill. We walk by the upside, so we see the woman out there tending her garden while the house sits tranquilly below. It’s really something.

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