Here in central Mexico the trees are full of orchids. Indigenous folk hike the woods to collect them and sell them in the market and around town. We hike the woods a lot and spot many varieties high in the trees above us. Collecting them has become a hobby and we have had 25-30 different… Continue reading Wild Orchids
I created a few new collages this week and they are available for download in the Etsy shop. If you are looking for some interesting, surreal collages to spruce of a bare wall in your home or maybe something a little different to add to a gallery wall, please check out the collage section of… Continue reading New collages in the shop
Walking the back roads of Mexico. Here are a few lovely images from this weeks walking along the dirt and cobblestone streets of Mexico’s small towns.
Abundance was the theme of an afternoon walk this week. July in Central Mexico is full of fruit and flowers and insects. It is the rainy season and vegetation really takes off in mid-July. It seemed everywhere we looked trees were heavy with avocados and peaches and apples. Every flowering plant was in bloom and… Continue reading Abundance in Central Mexico
I am a collector and a flea market junkie. I have been lucky enough to visit a lot of great markets around the U.S. and the world. I collect Jadeite dinnerware, dollhouse furniture and green pottery planters to name only a few. I enjoy any flea market no matter what the size. I have traveled… Continue reading 3 prints for flea market goers
An amazing view of the mountains and lake provide inspiration for work today as I am making a few new collages. Here are a few past collages that are in my Etsy shop (you can see more here)
Central Mexico has lots of meadows and agricultural towns that are perfect locations for a relaxing day walking. During the rainy season, the meadows are lush with high grasses, mushrooms and wildflowers. With the flowers come hummingbirds, butterflies and so many bumble bees that their chorus of buzzing surrounds you as you walk. Here are… Continue reading Walking the meadows of Mexico