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I hope you are all doing well!
I’m done with last week’s painting! I was really intimidated, but it ended up taking less time that what I had expected and planned. Here’s another fun fact in case you’re still trying to guess what plant it might be:
Since I bloom in the early Spring, I use a rotten meat aroma to attract flies and other pollinators.
If you want more details, head over to my portfolio for more on this piece!
Now, I’m going to start the third painting in my indigenous plants of Canada series. I’m excited about this one because I think it’ll match Sarracenia and Trillium quite nicely. Here’s a fun fact on this pretty amazing flowers:
To make sure pollinators get really well coated in pollen, my flowers form a tunnel with an entry and an exit. The bee doesn’t have a choice as to which way to go!
Pretty fascinating stuff, no?
In other news, we’ve just had our first garden grown strawberry! It was so good, and I can’t wait for more!
New in store
A new card featuring my latest painting and its accompanying print are now available in the store! I’ve also added some new colouring letter paper pages for all of you letter writing friends.The lily of the valley painting is available as a greeting card! 3 versions are available, so I hope you’ll go take a look!
A small book full of details and colours 🙂
Head over to the blog for more details!
Here’s my month of May! I take you on a tour of our newly set up garden 🙂 I can’t wait to update you on it as the season progresses.
A small treat…
I’ve completely fallen in love with this artist’s work! How magical!