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
“Hurray, road trip!” she exclaimed, “I’ve got the map, I shoddy the front seat”.
“Hold on,” he replied “curb your enthusiasm, so we get there in one piece” as he applied the breaks.
Inspired by a recent holiday with the mister. This is how it goes down for us.
The ephemera : Ledger page for 1901; map of Scandinavia 1933; photo of tree in winter; vintage bicycle image; two pictures of ravens. Encaustic wax top layer.
Size: 12 inches square on wooden cradle.
Slim pickings for the Winter Crow.
Yet the desolate landscape suited him so.
SOLD (at Bound to Be Different)
The ephemera: original atlas map 1930s; original French legal document 1889; photo of trees in winter; photo of crow. Top layer encaustic wax.
Size: 7 inches square on wooden block.