Welcome to my tiny creative space! I hope you're all well. I wanted to share a bit more about a recent drawing I completed which we had made into prints for the shop! I drew this piece as a gift. Jamie asked me for some pen and ink work for his office for Christmas so … Continue reading Naturalist Pen and Ink Drawing + Medieval Spinner
Welcome Fae Folk, The fog is rising in the fields. We have just had a week or 2 of unseasonably hot weather. This morning, it's a little cooler so I'm wearing an old camping sweater, sipping some tea with a beeswax candle lit. The mosquitoes are just beginning to emerge from wherever they come from, … Continue reading Blue Jays and Fairy Doorways
The word Solstice comes from the Latin solstitium, which translates roughly into "still sun." On December 21st/22nd the sun reaches it's lowest point in our sky and marks the shortest day of the year and the longest night. For approximately 3 days the sun seems to "stand still" in our sky, after which it rises a … Continue reading Winter Solstice in the East of Canada
Grey and snowy Friday afternoon. I'm having a "not quite sure what to do with myself" kind of day. I have a dinner to go to this evening and work tomorrow, but my energy has just drifted off with this snow. Yesterday, a friend of mine and I went hiking by the ocean. When I … Continue reading Hidden Folk
Hello and I hope you are well! It has been awhile. I am SO inconsistent, especially because I have been drawn into a place and time sans social media or blogging or even e-mail. Of my own choosing... I didn't go to an off-grid camp or anything like that (although.. I would love to :))! … Continue reading Dyeing Wool with Mushrooms!
PINK MOON IS ON ITS WAY Well, the pink moon has passed but any opportunity to quote Nick Drake 🙂 The weather is WARM and the sun has been gracing us with his presence! I am happy, so incredibly happy. A little sun burnt and exhausted but so full of the cleansing, full happiness that … Continue reading April Gardening Pt. 1 & other ramblings of a fae folk