steal shiny things, unripe fruit and nuts. As their habitat shrinks and is polluted, they adapt, sort of.
This started as an abstract color field painting. The peony just butted in!
Architecturally when walls made of different materials are joined, it is called a marriage. This screen- oil on two panels, depicts a log wall meeting a hand stacked stone fire place. See this piece in the window at Art On Depot in Waynesville.
This easel has been with me a long time. Lately the tray has been falling after I move it. Or stuck the next time from cranking down the knob. Gregg cut a piece of sandpaper to size of the back, and adhered it with double sided tape. He sprayed the knob with silicon, for lubricating locks. I didn’t take an “after” picture, but the whole thing is back together and working smoothly. It was a small job for him, and a big help for me. Thanks, Gregg!