Garden vignettes

Today was a glorious windy sunny day and not too hot. A perfect day to visit our local community garden, Desert Meadows. The garden is run entirely by volunteers and has walking paths weaving through spectacular displays of succulents. There’s also an area of raised beds for vegetables. The owners of those plots donate most of their surplus to the food bank. There are lots of gazebos, most closed now to discourage loitering 😉. While the wind was a bit too much to think about watercolor, I decided to try just plain pen. Lots of learning today. I applied watercolor after I returned home

Desert Meadows vignettes

Author: Marilyn

I'm an artist working primarily in wood. My work has taken a story-telling path over the past two years.

3 thoughts on “Garden vignettes”

  1. Thanks for sharing these, Marilyn. It’s beautiful to see you through your art!!Wendy “Promise me you will not spend so much time treading water and trying to keep your head above the waves that you forget, truly forget, how much you have always loved to swim.”~ Tyler Knott Gregson


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