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Leaf collectors

Photos by Pamela Paulsrud

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Artwork by Luce Zolna

In anticipation and celebration of the upcoming 2023 exhibition at Audubon, I’m combing the archives to honor the commensalistic relationship of birds and trees.

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Handmade paper and artwork/calligraphy by Kaligrafos Guild member/Dallas /Fort Worth Metroplex

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Handmade paper and artwork/calligraphy by Kaligrafos Guild member/Dallas /Fort Worth Metroplex

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Handmade paper and artwork by Kaligrafos Guild member/Dallas /Fort Worth Metroplex

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Artwork anonymous/Kalamazoo,MI

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Photo by Pamela Paulsrud

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Art and story by Carol Thomas/Schamburg, IL

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Photo by Pamela Paulsrud

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Moose typically inhabit boreal forests and temperate broadleaf and mixed forests of the Northern Hemisphere.

 

Artwork by Randy Hughes

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Artwork by Barbara Close, La mirada, CA

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Artwork by Marianne Nelson, Portland, OR

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Swamp Oak

Photos by Pamela Paulsrud

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Photo by Pamela Paulsrud at the Kohl Children’s Museum, Glenview, IL

If you take your children or grandchildren to the Kohl Children’s Museum, on Main Street you’ll get a glimpse of the Treewhispers project and multiple contributions. Grateful for the outreach and opportunities they’ve provided.

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I LOVED doing my “Exploring Calligraphic Lines Thru the Trees” Workshop. 

I enjoyed giving them a new project each week of different tree styles & techniques. They all picked their own wording to go with each design.


Students have sent fabulous feedback and are still posting – we have a FB group for them. So happy that it went well!! I would love to do it again for other groups in the future.  


I truly believe, we were all connected because of the subject – everyone had such a beautiful feeling for the trees and the energy they all brought to the class. I was blown away and truly amazed.

Artwork/Text by Barbara Close

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