Wednesday, July 3, 2013

Art in Red Wagons on Victoria

On one rainy day last week when I was in  Victoria, two of my blogger friends, Kim and Karen, came to visit me, and we had a wonderful lunch in a local tavern and talked and talked and talked for hours and hours until they said their good-byes and left me, grateful again, for this strange and wonderful community.

Kim of Art in Red Wagons is an artist whose work is difficult to describe. She takes materials from the natural world and seemingly by magic turns them into new and different things of great beauty. She gave me these three little pieces of sea-glass on which she had transferred photos that I had taken and posted on the blog. Here is the first:




And this:




And this:














Thank you, Kim -- I will hold and treasure them as talismans for a long time.

10 comments:

  1. That is so quirky - I'd never think of creating something like that. Fantastic.

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  2. She is so creative - I love the way she sees things!

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  3. So much talent and creativity!

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  4. These are fantastic. What a lovely gift and great way to remember your respite time. x0 N2

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  5. Those are unbelievably beautiful. I'm always astonished at the things artists think up.

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  6. Such deep affection from your kind, compassionate and skilled blogger friends. The gifts are beautiful and have a very magical and loving energy. Hold on to them tightly.

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  7. They are yours and that week is yours to hold in your hand :)

    It was a joy to meet you Elizabeth ... Very truly

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