Sunday, March 20, 2011


Spring in New England.  It's still a bit chilly, but the sun is doing its best to warm the body, mind and spirit.  Already the SnowDrops have faded - replaced by dozens of lovely purple and yellow Crocus.  So excited are they by the splashes of color between the blades of brown grass, that the children rush to pick a handful of purple Crocus.  As we gently put the flowers in a little vase of water and place them in the center of the table, we talk about the end of winter and share a few thoughts about the coming of spring. 

"Let's go out and find some worms!"

              Spring ~ 3.5" square tile - Sakura Micron 01 & 005 
This Spring tangle erupted above and below the cold surface of earth:  fauna above, & roots, bulbs and worm below.  For now, void of color.  But as the Daffodils, Hyacinth, Tulips and Forsythia begin to bud, the prospect for another Spring tangle made with color is looking real good!

Happy tangling,


  1. That is absolutely beautiful. Love how you can see down into the roots. Beautiful sentiment as well. You are a poet as well as an artist. Thanks for sharing

  2. Lovely! Wish it represented the view out my window. Spring, I wish.


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