commercial street art
Art homework - still only created by tape
Inspired by the Nature Journal book
The heron let me down the rabbit hole to an older picture that reminded me of a former passion of mine, my shared office space, pretty much unrelated, except for the passion piece.
Morning at Lincoln Park
My series of photographs is documenting a little ‘Homecoming Celebration’ for the Salmon in Longfellow Creek. My friend Cheryln and I helped as ‘Community Scientist’ to study the impact of toxic run-off on the salmon returning to the creek for spawning. We also planted different shrubs along the creek and removed trash to create a salmon-friendly environment. We visit the Dragonfly Park often and enjoy wildlife sightings.
The neighboring Fauntleroy Creek hosts a community event ‘Drumming the salmon home’ each year around Indigenous People Day. Inspired, we created a little ceremony to welcome Salmon back to Longfellow Creek.
My series shows the Dragonfly pavilion at the Park entrance, our cheerful flag and ceremonial altar. The salmon run usually starts with heavy rains, which we had plenty the last couple of days, so I went down to the Creek daily to look out for Salmon.
Someone reported on seeing one, but I wasn’t as lucky. I found a cup of tea on a particular rainy day down at the creek symbolizing ‘patience’ and decided to photoshop/edit a portrait of a happy salmon and a future vision of an abundance of salmon all over the creek.
Food bill comic
This is an amazing project for a food co-op, educating about the Food Bill and how everything is connected. A system that is corrupt and harmful.
I heart community
Wander at SSc Chinese Garden
Raven stole the sun
Found the corresponding children's book at Powell's a couple days later, where Raven brought the sun to the people after a long winter.
Curious Bee. Forest Steward. Nature Nerd. Climate Activist Mom.