Wednesday, April 25, 2007
Sunday, April 22, 2007
Here's a new drawing, Unscene World, in honor of Earth Day. You see the phases of the Moon as the moonbushes grow in response to moonbeams--from the dark of the Moon, to New Moon, Crescent Moon, Gibbous Moon, and Full.
If you'd like to see more cooling green art mosey over to Cosmic Persona Designs if you wish...I'd love to see you there, and let's
Save the Planet, Yall!
Wednesday, April 18, 2007
Here's Pattillo Armadillo at Turquoise Look-Out! See his little noggin peeking up as he enjoys the celestial show?
(c)2004 Pattillo Armadillo and the Dream of Green.
Friday, April 13, 2007
Tuesday, April 10, 2007
Lurking about behind the fronds won't sneak you a very good peek at this little Sailfin cardinalfish, Pterapogon mirifica (Mees) so you may as well swim out from behind the foliage for a full view of the Dreamyfish Art Gallery where you may catch a closer look at this fellow and at a few of his cousins and neighbors in the process.
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Cosmic Persona Designs
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Art & Then Some
Absolute Arts portfolio
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Monday, April 09, 2007
A botanical rendering of Veratrum with a patch of imaginary Moonbushes...Saturn's realism with Neptune's illusion...the kind of art I prefer two to one!
See more of this combination at Dreamyfish Art...real fish inside their favorite dreams--have a sneak peek!
Sunday, April 08, 2007
Here's a partial version of my rendering of this lovely perennial with the 'fini version' to be uploaded soon. Let's make do 'til then.
Veratrum's berries range in shades of red-brown to black with leafish foliage that's quite lush, as you can see. The usual Silvery Tree Path is in the background. Silvery Tree Path is my first-ever dummy book created for children.
My second offering, Pattillo Armadillo and the Dream of Green was requested to attend an audience at Little, Brown in NYC and made the trip up North and back South to Georgia just fine. But no contract was clutched between his grabby claws yet he was gratified to interview about his Hero's Journey within the walls of such a prestigious and established publishing house.
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