Saturday, August 29, 2009

Nature's Paintbrush

We toured the Botanical Garden here on Kauai yesterday and one of the first trees I saw, one who's name I don't remember - just that it was a mid sized palm-ish sort of tree - had some unusual fruit that looks like cotton candy, 3" long cotton candy. When it dries it resembles a handleless paintbrush. It works, too, though it adds dirt and fibers to the paint and won't last long.
I'm taking lots of photos but not doing as much art as I'd hoped, just using bits and pieces of time to work in my journal. My 4 grandkids have been delightful. I was snorkeling with Amy and we both popped up our artistic heads, saying did you see THAT fish? We're both making an effort to remember colors and patterns and then make color notes about them when we get back to the house.


  1. Jo the pictures are beautiful.
    God's work is amazing isn't it?!
    Glad you are having such a grand time.

    Thanks for sharing your journey.

  2. Glad to hear you are having a great time.

  3. I have so MANY beautiful photos of Hawaii, my husband the photographer took about 2,000 of them, I'm not kidding. Each one more beautiful than the next.

    Thanks for your comments on my blog, as always. My studio space was built on the concrete slab of an old shed, so that's about how big it is, I have to keep it clean, otherwise it closes in on me! but it's the perfect little self contained space!

    Welcome home world traveler!


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