Snapshots and Small Prints

My thoughts have turned to the garden – I am working with a new yard, new climate – and I am looking forward the warm, humid summer months, however brief, because they will bring a depth of colour and light that is special to that time of year…

Recent work | Hopeful yellow flowers

From recent travels to California, these vivid yellow pincushion protea flowers stood in bright contrast to their dark green foliage. Spotted while on a waterfront walk in Monterey, with blustery spring showers and fast-moving clouds overhead, these fresh blooms were a welcome colourful reminder that spring is just around the corner. Protea flowers symbolize hopeContinue reading “Recent work | Hopeful yellow flowers”

Autumnal Gold

Seasons of transition always prompt me to pick up my camera more often; the slanting, evocative light of the sun low in the sky, the luminous colors of fresh spring growth or the brilliant golden, scarlet, orange palette of fall have always provided abundant inspiration. However, having spent most of my life in the mildContinue reading “Autumnal Gold”