Three Corvids dealing with Covid in their own ways.
Quarantined Corvid rattling the quarantine cage, to seek the gifts and growth it could bring
Corvid was on the fence. How to proceed? What was the best course of action moving forward?
Isolation Corvid. He was social isolating for the greater good. These were strange times but he understood the interconnection was stronger than ever as they pulled alone and yet together.
The ephemera: Photos of corvids ; vintage images of the moon and a bird’s nest; reproductions of antique documents with trees in winter.
Size 7 inches by 7 inches
Cranky, creepy, curious, chatty, clever and captivating!
SOLD 🙂 at the fall Studio Tour
C is for Crow
The ephemera: original vintage map; original antique documents and letters; original antique calligraphy sample; photos of crows
Size: 6 inch by 6 inch
He would not be assimilated…no matter what the Queen said.
SOLD 🙂 at the Fall Studio Tour
The ephemera: Original Ledger Page from 1916; images from 1902 catalogue; photograph of a crow.
The found objects: old stop watch movement; antique royal typewriter bits; vintage wooden chess pawn; antique key; vintage drawer pull.
Size: 7 inches by 7 inches
“It’s a wonderful world if you’ll only take the time to go around it. I am going to undertake to make a journey around the world in Eighty Days” Fineas Fog declared. ” Why that’s absurd!” they said. (-Jules Verne)
Around the World in Eighty Days
The ephemera: Original Vintage Map of Groups of Peoples; Vintage image of Hot air balloon; photo of a crow; tiny bits of red carton.
Size: 7 inches square
It is always Crow Time, even when you find yourself in other parts of the world.
The ephemera: Old Atlas Page from early 20th century; old measuring ribbon bit; textured paper; photo of a crow.
The found objects: reproduction of a radio tube on wooden; original vintage watch face
Size: 3.5 inches by 12 inches
Jour de pluie, je m’ennuie,
mais mon parapluie, lui,
me donne envie
de sortir de ma coquille.
The ephemera: Original Documents: old dictionary page, old red calligraphy, city plan from the 1930s, french legal document from the 1800s. Photos of a red umbrella and a crow printed on 100 % rag photo paper.
The found object: little antique key
Size: 10 inches square on wooden cradle