Sometimes God calms the sea, and sometimes he calms the sailor.
It's that high season where we're enjoying sailing and swimming in Lake Lawtonka. :)
Our Dubcek has a very cheerful sail of blue, yellow, orange and pink.
|Heirloom coral & Tahitian pearls on sterling silver |
wire and hooks $25
|Heirloom corals, crystals and beads on sterling silver |
wire and hooks - $20
|Intercession of NYC|
|Fingernail size signature.|
|Intercession of the World|
|Painting a miniature flora panel under the 10x magnifier|
|A prayer book cover makes a good bar counter. I had to cut off an inch to custom fit.|
|The stools came from the two bottles of champagne we enjoyed with Helen. |
I couldn't believe it when I found that tiny plastic champagne bottle
on a street.
|Largest scrap of paper I found.|
|The freedom wall...|
|That's Schist rock - 450 million years old - this is the bedrock of Manhattan! |
In the early construction, Central Park had quality soil imported to cover
the poor rocky alluvium. The exposed metamorphic and glacial features
in the park are amazing.
Me in the Giantess shoes. I was thrilled to find that little green tile.
|I'm still dreaming about those shoes! "Giantess" by S. Brauning|
|"I FANCY NYC" Assemblage Room, 10" x 10"|
|We walked all over Central Park - that huge green rectangle.|