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Here’s a wonderful chance to enjoy Martha Slavin‘s lovely post, pondering, curiosity, and exploration of nature complete with a multitude of links for further information. Grateful for the connection, Martha!

https://marthaslavin.blogspot.com/2021/10/curiosities.html

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A long awaited for and incredibly breathtaking capture of the Kaligrafos – Calligraphy Guild journey with Treewhispers.

Congratulations to Thomas Burns, the Council of Oaks and a multitude of Kaligrafos – Calligraphy Guild enthusiasts. Your narration, photos, videos, and sound/music choices beautifully unveiled the many months of dedication to the project—and truly its essence—the connection we have with one another—and trees, of course.

My heartfelt gratitude for your continued dedication and perseverance even—and especially— in the face of disappointment. The unique approach to the virtual exhibition in the woods (a collaboration with the trees—how perfect!) will surely touch others in a way that a gallery exhibit might otherwise not.

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Photo by Pamela Paulsrud

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Measure your big tree!

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Art and story by Carol Thomas/Schamburg, IL

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When the trees came down

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Photo by Pamela Paulsrud

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IMG_0140Artwork by Renée Tuveson, South Bend, IN, 2013

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Artwork by Barbara Close, La mirada, CA

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© Christine Colasurdo 2021

In loving memory, Marianne Nelson/Portland, Oregon shared this treasured weathergram made for her this year by her dear friend and mentor, Christine Colasurdo.

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Artwork by Marianne Nelson, Portland, OR

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Thank you Suzanne for this beautiful invitation back to nature!

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Renewal

Art and story by Phawnda Moore, Rocklin, CA 

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Art (“Esperanza” 36×48″ Oil on Canvas) and story by Margaret Biggs

“Esperanza” was influenced by the Expressionistic Movement of Northern Europe.These artists set realism aside in order to better express their inner life, personal ideas, and emotions. 
 
In this new painting, the trees are sentient beings evoking the emotions of waiting, striving and hope. Together they gather, a community striving to live a life of service, no matter what their occupation may be.  


“All human wisdom is summed up in two words; wait and hope.” Alexandre Dumas
 
“Esperanza” is a girl’s name of Spanish origin meaning “hope, expectation”.

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