They sailed the seven seas just to catch a glimpse of the elusive Jumbo Redhead.
She gave a graceful royal wave and a sly wink, before she glided off to the briny depths.
The ephemera: original vintage atlas maps; high quality reproduction of natural history illustration of an octopus; original antique letters from the 1800’s: original vintage postal and food stamps
Size: 8 inches square
Swimming in the Salish Sea, the whale, the whale the seal and me.
We frolicked in the swirling tides with stars and sun as our guide.
Heads or tails, fur, feathers, fins or scales.
Differences matter not, when you are happy with your lot.
details: atlas map waves with encaustic wax.
The ephemera: original atlas map snippets from the early twentieth century; high quality reproductions of an antique star chart and natural history illustrations of sea creatures.
Size: 14 by 18 inches
Here Spotty! Here Spotty! they called.
Spot did not respond. He was pretending to be a fossil on the ocean bed.
The ephemera: Reproduction of natural history illustration of a fish; old school book page from 1800s on fossils; old calligraphy book page; hand made dark paper.
Size: 5 inches square