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Liverwort in Pencil

Oct 8, 2012 | Posted by in garden, work | 0

“Liverworts”, 2012 Pencil on Cartridge paper, approx. 11″ x 9″ I have masses of liverwort in my garden around the edges of the pond, and in crevices in the pathways. Along with mosses they are some of my favourite plants. I love them for their simplicity and lack of colourful flowers, and as I have mentioned before, for the theRead more …

Leafcutter bee in flight

Sep 11, 2012 | Posted by in garden, method, work | 9

“Leafcutter Bee in Flight”, 2012 Ink and brush on Fabriano paper, approx. 4.5″ x 7″ A solitary Leafcutter bee returned to lay in the bee houses this year. Due to the rain and cold weather she has completed less than one tube of cells this summer, on which the hope of leafcutters next year now rests. I will over-winter them in the tool shedRead more …

Leafcutter bee emerging, in brush and ink

Aug 15, 2012 | Posted by in garden, method, work | 0

“Leafcutter Bee Emerging”, 2012 Ink and brush on Fabriano paper, approx. 6″x 5″ After almost a year lived in perfect darkness inside a leaf cell, a leafcutter bee emerges into the light. First its antennae, then its eyes experiencing the world for the first time. In its jaws are the dried leaves of the cell from which the bee has just brokenRead more …