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May 26, 2010


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oh boy, in lichen's heaven indeed ... I would have never wanted to leave such a place ...
your felted stones are the perfect translation of symbiosis, it is totally awesome, and make my fingers want to touch them, and my eyes to get so close that I could sit in their cups ...
ok, you caught me daydreaming again ...
good luck for your Wednesday
thinking of you
xoxoxo much love


Thank you for taking us into the woods with you and sharing this magical world with us-your photos are exceptional and inspirational-I have tears in my eyes as I look at them again and again-and then your stones-a wonderful tribute to our earth mother and the world we live in but tend to take for granted. Angie


the pictures are so inspiring - is that a new piece - I really like it.

it will be interesting when you do return it how it will develop.

notice you are part of the workroom line up - can't wait to see you.


Such beauty! The photos transport me to a whole other world complete with its own logic, which is different from the one I know. And your stone is such a perfect translation. I love the idea of returning them to the woods and completing the circle.


This might be one of my favorite photo sets that you've posted. It's lovely and rainy in Seattle today- but the weather reminds me of SE Alaska, which always makes me think of moss moss everywhere. Perfect!

Cynthia Baxter

I wonder why humans have such a hard time accepting diversity. It's so obviously necessary for a sustainable life, as seen in these photos. :)

Lovely World

I am now thinking about the animal that wore that wool before it became a home for the lichen. Relationships right down the line. When I was a child I used to collect small pieces of those lichen and display them on the shelf in my bedroom. Even dried out they kept a certain charm.


amazing plants! this post reminds me of this artwork.. http://shop.jillbliss.com/paper-goods/cat_4.html

Lisa at Lil Fish Studios

I think I've seen few things more lovely than this. Utterly enchanting.

Earth Girl Knits (Emily)

mosses and lichens are two of my very favorite things. lucky you!


Those are so beautiful!


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