Maine sea pottery shards adorned with vintage buttons, sculpted bronze wire and faceted glass in hues of Autumn.
In Maine, this is one of the most wonderful attributes of summer: Warm days, cool nights.
Toes take their first tentative steps into tepid, shallow waters. And, though summer has only just arrived, rosa rugosa, the beach rose, explodes in blooms, sweet perfume wafting on warm air.
In Maine, spring takes Her time. The trees are still bare, and the wind bites through the strengthening sunshine. Yet, spring’s inspiration still threads into my studio, tendrils twining, quietly, slowly.
I am happily scrambling to keep up the pace with several Conventions on the horizon- Templecon & Air City Expedition- The Inspired Hand, a new art show that opened tonight in Lewiston at the Atrium Gallery…and, of course day to day orders through my Etsy shop.
Also, there are a few new Valentines-ish things, because I adore all things romantic…