Well … I have completed my first show. I very much appreciate the folks that invited me to show and to those that came and visited throughout the weekend.
Posts tagged Indiana Folk Art
It’s been a spell getting back into the groove. I think I have 50+ birds ready to go for carving, five have already been carved and base painted. This grouping of birds will be carved from pine.
The February sunshine steeps your boughs and tints the buds and swells the leaves within.
William C. Bryant
This is the story of Baltimore. The video follows his route from a beach in Maryland to an island in Canada.
I know a few years back, Snowy Owls where showing up in Indiana more frequently than normal, and interesting local birders. Folks were on the chase. The male Snowy Owl is barred with dark brown when they’re young and get whiter as they get older, much like myself. Females keep some dark markings throughout their lives.
Snowy Owls are very agile and can catch small birds on the fly. While on their breeding and wintering grounds, the diet can range widely. You name it … lemmings, rabbits, squirrels, wading birds, seabirds, ducks, and even geese. I have not seen Baltimore … yet. Have you?