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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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Artwork anonymous/Kalamazoo,MI

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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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Chic-chickadee dee!

Art by J. Wimberly 2018

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Photo by Pamela Paulsrud

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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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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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Remembering Marilyn

Photo courtesy of Heather Sward Duncan

Teacher, mentor, collaborator, friend…with Marilyn still so close to my heart it’s hard to believe it’s been 13 years since her passing. Marilyn’s dedication to the art and craft of handmade paper and teaching was only surpassed by the dedication and love she shared with her family.

I’m forever grateful for her influence and gifts—our connection.

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