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Gnawing

The art teacher I am filling in for has a collection of bones for still-lifes. This week in the senior classes we’ve been drawing them (and drawing inspiration from them) for a few minutes each day. The origin of the animals is unknown, but now they are immortalized in a few dozen sketchbooks.
Teeth in watercolour. SuzannaWrightJaw 1 Desert musings in acrylic and collage. SuzannaWrightJawMap

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Wish You Were Here

It’s that time of year again when the snow geese make their way to their tropical destination of Vancouver’s suburbs.

This is what a few hundred snow geese in your backyard sounds like:

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Big cats board at Homer and Hastings

The next day I thought of a reasonable explanation.

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She Didn’t Buy Them

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The Birds of America

The other day a dear friend surprised me with a 1946 edition of John James Audubon‘s The Birds of America.

It is so, so beautiful and provided inspiration for a little bird art!

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Woops!

It isn’t usually advised to trim your own bangs with craft scissors.

 

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Amazed and Awe-struck

… and that’s how I spent my last day in Toronto before jumping on the train to Vancouver!

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