(Photos by Beth Wodnick)
Suburban Fine Arts Center Exhibit Pictures - 2 - 12 July, 2005
Oh, the joy of Spring...watching for each tiny bit of
color...rejoicing as the buds begin to open...relishing the play of nature
as saucy blooms sway wantonly to tempt the bees and butterflies.
I love bold, bright colors and my fabric
stash is almost as glorious as a spring garden. A favorite piece is the
Serengheti which I used in some of the flowers. Two days after I bought
it, I returned to the store to buy all they had. Too bad for me. It was
all gone. So, I savor each bit. Color, glorious color! I am happy to share
it with you. It is certainly better for us to enjoy it together than to
have it sitting on my shelf.
Do the butterflies get as excited about
color as I do? I hope so and that my flowers tempt them.
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