In this series of photo collages, entitled Count for Nothing, the progression of time becomes visible by layering several recordings of a given place together to construct a singular image. Various instants in time are being linked as if they took place at the same moment, offering a spatial experience of the progression of time.
Today when I rode the train home there was a green parrot in the train, According to locals--it lives on the train and gets on and off at various stops. I tried to get close and it found a hidey hole. Then 2 stops before my stop...it flew out the door of the train when it opened. Amazing!
Sponge watercolor panel with various shades of green & golds (& a touch of pale blue), flick water, Dry. Stamp silhouette birds: black ink. Stamp around edges with other leafy stamps using the same green & blue inks.
young orchid mantis ~ Hymenopus coronatus, also called H. bicornis, is a mantis from the rain forests of southeast Asia. It is known by various common names including walking flower mantis and (pink) orchid mantis. It is one of several species known as flower mantises from their resemblance and behavior.