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Quite simply, FANTASTIC
love the ships~
Like a very cool dream.
in my childhood dream of being a mermaid, the view up from the seafloor would look like this.
I absolutely love those! What a beautiful picture.
I love it….I feel like a fish looking up!
Ooh! I love this angle. The second one looks like the bottom of a peach pit. Thank you!
Your creations are simply magical. I have been a lurking admirer (sounds so perverse) but I have nominated you for a blog award on my blog.
love so much!!!!!!!!!!
wonderful, so delicious. your work never ceases to amaze.
I don’t think I’ll ever get tired of seeing your lovely ships, they are pure magic.
These are so, so beautiful, ethereal, perfect. This photo in particular – even more stunning!!! I found you work in a roundabout way about 2 years ago (when I first discovered blogs – through some South American artist, I think). Haunted, I contacted the LA gallery about your ships, and they were long since sold. I just arrived home from a special trip to Paris – where I was reminded of YOUR work: in a garden park, Tulieres, young children rent magical wooden-wax-patchwork cloth sailing ships, and sail them across the pond. (I must get you my photo.) Upon my return Thursday, in my email box, was the latest SMALL MAGAZINE – featuring…….YOUR SHIPS!!! I was speechless. They are so beautiful in those editorial layouts. Clearly, this is a sign, no? Might my Ann Wood ship ever come in?
Poetry in motion – the loveliest mobile I have ever seen.
A trip to the moon on gossamer wings