Today's road trip took me to Beckley, West Virginia. The Tamarack has become a frequent destination these days, and happily so. After I delivered prints to the gallery, I ventured outside for a walk. Church (my faithful fur baby) enjoyed the walk and the sniffing...more. I noticed a few leaves were revealing hints of a changing season. Sigh ... time never stands still.
The next event, at the David L. Dickirson Fine Arts Gallery, is Our Appalachia. Please join us August 10 through September 28, 2014, while we celebrate the art of West Virginia. Hope to see you there!
Black-eyed Susan ... they are one of my favorites. They grow over three feet tall and have leaves up to six inches long. It's tough not to love them.
I see green, orange, brown, red, and hints of a changing season. Ahhh ... I do love autumn.
Feels like orange sherbet ~
The organic textures and shapes of the simplest things, which surround our daily lives, are so beautiful.
Last stop, the herb garden. Until next time, hugs.