I wonder who marked this stone marmot with an X, and why. Perhaps the artist was signing their name. Note that there are two marmot heads looking to the left. For one, […]
What do you think? Chance? Design? Or something to do with how marmots fit together in small spaces, in balanced proportions, the winter through, transferred into the “memory” left by two(?) bodies […]
The art of flirting artfully with danger … … needs a stage that is, itself, art. In it, you can put, well, art. Some options for the Okanagan lifestyle from Hambleton Gallery […]
Yellow-Bellied Marmot, Nicola Lake Pretty early, I’d say. I wonder what it knows.
Winter sleep is gone. Fresh air and eyes on the horizon is now! The light begins.