by me, Mary Stebbins Taitt
first half of a collaboration with Mike Kline
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|Me, Mary Stebbins Taitt|
with my mother's day gifts
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|Moray eel, in progress|
in Andrea's book
with new paints
|"When Confronted with our Worst Nightmares|
I like to fight back with Flowers"
Collaboration Andrea and Mary
water color, acrylic, pigment pens, colored pencil
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|Mr. Gnu in his canoe|
Raced Yak in his kayak
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with Gail Slaughter
(She took the photograph; I painted it)
made into a poster.
In light of the beautiful weather we've been experiencing, we thought we'd celebrate the wonderful fashions of spring. This week's poster, about the melting of snow and blossoming of floral patterns, comes from the 2002 series. This week, you can buy it at a discount at our on-line store.
dresses everywhere. Hurray!
The snow has melted!
Poet Mary Taitt drew inspiration for this haiku from the "blossoming" of women in the spring. After witnessing women and young girls transform with the change of the seasons, Taitt gave a nod to the spring fever that takes over closets.
Artist Jennifer Theiller focused on the imagery of floral dresses. Her dislike of snow set her up for this haiku about melting. After finding different prints from old catalogues, she created this beautiful image to honor the many dresses of spring.
|Crane and Snail ride the train|
acrylic on Moleskine watercolor paper