Author Archives: Kirsten

Winter Wanes

As winter fades away, the crocus begin to bloom. Shades of purple, a few in white or pink their spikes of green pop up faithfully year after year, then they bloom. Hardy, sometimes pushing up through snow, seeking the warmth … Continue reading

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3 perfect little Robin’s eggs found in a nest in bushes just outside my front door. Safe, protected, a sure sign of spring. The intricate weaving of the twigs give the baby birds a secure home. It reminds me of … Continue reading

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Texas Blue

Two years ago this week I was in Texas. I did this painting of the state’s famous Blue Bonnets during The Year of Covid. I don’t love to fly, but I do love to visit my relatives there and miss … Continue reading

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