Excuse our lack of correspondence, it has been a busy season. What with Art shows in and around Port Credit & Mississauga, photos with Santa etc, time was sparse to work on our web.
So today I took some time on working up a few samples of what one of my favourite prints, Heart of Fundy, would look like in different settings. I will eventually do this for all our prints, as it really puts them into perspective…
The heart was an actual stone I found during Low Tide at the beach of Hopewell Rocks New Brunswick.
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The Heart, as well as our other prints, is available on Amazon.
Karin has been playing with the idea of publishing these designs for a while now – a few years in fact. They are based on the art of her grandfather, Chy, who had a great sense of humour, and did some very abstract geometric paintings, across scientific and social topics.
These are a little less abstract, a bit more whimsical, but an homage to the man who came up with the basic idea nonetheless…
The weather outside these days has me remembering our stay in Dyrotz, Germany. I can’t recall how cold the weather was, nor how much snow we had (I don’t think much) but home was always warm and welcoming after our hikes to the train station, into the city, or across the fields.
No, this wasn’t our house, a neighbours’ down the street. To me, looking at it, the appreciation of the contrast between the “cold” exterior, and the warmth behind the facade is just one of the remarkable aspects of this photograph.