|Narrow-leafed Puccoon, oil|
Spring is having an underground party.
Roots are in riot.
And soon the yellow-trumpets will sound.
Winter is basically my spring count-down!!
|Christmas is coming.|
|I got these mugs when I was a teen in Germany. Hm, they are very vintage.|
|Sunny spot under the roses, please.|
|Sunny reading nook.|
|Slow dancing with a Saguaro.|
|Bajada in Scottsdale's McDowell Preserve|
|Prayer Flags in Sedona|
|Smelling creosote in the Echo Canyon Park, Phoenix|
|Perfect place to create - Medicine Park Aquarium & Natural Sciences Center.|
|Warm-up on bookmarks.|
|Sariah works on the details of her Butterfly Fish.|
|Whitley was brave to take on this subject. |
We saw two Eel demonstrations during the camp!
Whitley's extensive Field Notes include the
Eel's powerful 860 voltage electric shock fact.
|Lili learned about the scientific name of a species. |
She also learned about the uniqueness of her fish's nocturnal feeding habits.
|Participants learned about important historical artists/naturalists/|
such as Leonardo daVinci, John J. Audubon and Maria S. Merian.
These artists of the past made the way for modern Anatomy, Ornithology
and Entomology. Artists 500-200 years ago showed the world how
the natural world took course. Art and Science have always had a close friendship.
|Collaged Journal Cover|
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