Monthly Archives: July 2012

Tree of Life

“Tree of Life” by Jacqueline Perry, block ink on paper, 2012 Have you ever walked by a tree and thought to yourself, “Tree of Life”. Maybe it was the shape or the gesture it seemed to make with its branches. … Continue reading

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By Design

“Linden Tree Seeds and Wind”, by Jacqueline Perry, linocut print, 2012 From A Field Guide to Nature as Spiritual Practice, Steven Chase invites the reader to find a small object in nature and take it home as a form of … Continue reading

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Anna Feeding a Doe

My grandmother, Anna London, made many paintings in her life. She liked to paint local landscapes or copy scenes from cards or calendars. If she sold a painting at the county fair for more than $75,  she would call it her “bread … Continue reading

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Acts of Creation

© Jacqueline Perry, “Two Trunks” Thanks to the Arbor Day Foundation at http://www.arborday.org/  for connecting children with nature and for sharing a few quotes about trees: “The clearest way into the universe is through a forest wilderness.”–John Muir “The earth brought forth … Continue reading

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