For ink making in 2021, I wanted to experiment with plants and other materials I hadn’t tried before, one of which was honeysuckle berry. These cheery red berries show up in July and are everywhere on the borders of the woods and fields near where we live in upstate NY. I was so busy with summer events and life that I decided to freeze the … Continue reading Honeysuckle Ink
8 weeks into self quarantine upstate and I just had to get out and go visit my mother in Pa. for Mother’s Day. Armed with a mask and a spray bottle of sanitizer, I was ready for a week of family from a social distance. The best part of my days were the walks I took with both my sisters who live in area. We … Continue reading Spring in Pa.
Dan and I went for a hike up into the woods where he forages for ramps every year. I really wanted to see what else was popping up along with the ramps. Here’s what we found. I can identify a few of them but I am not quite sure if the small white one in the 6th pic is an Anemone. I really love the … Continue reading Finding Spring Treasures in the Woods
Hannie Eisma Varosy and Leah McCloskey A Collaborative Pop-up Art Show and Installation Washington County NY. Artists Hannie Eisma Varosy and Leah McCloskey present a collaborative pop-up art show and installation to be held on Saturday August 25, and Sunday August 26, 2018 from 12 pm to 6pm each day. The event will take place Varosy Studios, 1522 North Road, Greenwich NY 12834 and is … Continue reading The Laundry Project #3
I am so happy to see all my wonderful flowers flourish this summer even though it’s been so dry and hot here. These photos will be a good reference for me in the dead of winter. Continue reading Summer Colors
I smiled as I smelled the scent of the lilacs every time I walked outside. It is so intoxicating. I hoped it would permeate the laundry on the line. Continue reading Lilacs, laundry and …
A trip to Longwood gardens is a lesson in blue Continue reading A Blue Day
Sometimes I am asked to paint something that seems easy enough, however, it never is. This one took me out of my comfort zone. (I am not one for buildings in my landscapes)… Continue reading WORKING On it…