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seafrond-ballet  painted in Noyo Harbor near Fort Bragg, CA Annette Wagner Art annettewagnerart.com

seafrond-ballet painted in Noyo Harbor near Fort Bragg, CA Annette Wagner Art annettewagnerart.com

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idea starter for accordian book - water color adds to India ink. - With the arrival of rains and falling temperatures autumn is a perfect opportunity to make new plantations

`.I doubt that I could give a Bonsai the proper care, yet... I can't help but wish to own one nonetheless.

Ficus Bonsai

Japanese Pine Tree Seeds bonsai flower easy growing DIY home garden bonsia

how to draw peacock feathers demo steps:

How to Draw a Peacock Feather — Simplified!

how to draw peacock feathers demo steps. Maybe have this demo printed out on tables and people can doodle if they want

All sizes | Great egret | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

It surprises me how a short time out in nature with my sketchbook can eliminate a week’s worth of stress! Last Sunday afternoon was warm wit.

'How to add white pen highlights to your coloring pages...!' (via Sarah Renae Clark - Coloring Book Artist and Designer)

How to Add White Pen Highlights to Your Coloring Pages

'How to add white pen highlights to your coloring pages.' (via Sarah Renae Clark - Coloring Book Artist and Designer)

Happy International Draw a #Bird Day! Here's the how to from Audubon! #draw #mamanature

Happy International Draw a Bird Day! >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Here's the how to from Audubon!

Cardboard tube faces.

Toilet Paper Roll Faces: The Creepiest (and arguably most CREATIVE!) use of a cardboard toilet paper roll ever!

Illustrator Svabhu Kohli celebrates the splendor of the natural world with intricate works of art. The multi-layered images depict the oceans and cosmos.

Svabhu Kohli's Illustrations Celebrate Nature's Splendor

Trave journal

Scroll all the way down and click directly on this link: Travel Scrapbook Idea shantihshalaholis. Thank you to Christina Collins "My travelagram" for this wonderful site.