Monday, April 12, 2010


I began this blog to share some thoughts with anyone out there who might also be on the same journey, but it became obvious that sharing my art had to be a part of this because I am enchanted by these gifts that I collect from the natural world. I have been investigating different ways to also sell some of the pieces. I thought I had found one, but as I have been trying to familiarize myself with the way it works, I realize that it just doesn't feel right. There just seems to be too much hoopla attached to it all for me to feel comfortable with the process. Nor do I want to become involved with something that ends up consuming so much time and attention that it cuts into my creative time.

So at least for the time being, if anyone who might come here would be interested in acquiring any of these pieces of transformed twigs and tendrils, with even the occasional incorporation of some of my father's collection of odds and ends of clock gears and the like, then please contact me here.


  1. Beautiful work as usual ! my very best wishes of success !! :)

  2. Thanks Oonagh! I did this one for Dad quite a few years ago. There is a cuckoo bird landing directly behind the cuckoo clock in this picture, with a worm for the bird in the clock, so is humorous, or is it a case of "The early bird getting the worm?" ;o)