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January 09, 2013

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Sounds like an inspiring class. Your photos are beautiful, Joanna, and your collages are amazingly thought-provoking.

Love this...! I am in a snow globe right now. Seriously there is only snow outside, but once it stops snowing I am sure there will be things to find in my neighborhood. Love where you are going with all of this!

What lovely treasures (the composition of your photos is perfect), And, your collages are lovely.

Dearest Joanna, what a wonderful and inspirering post.
Beautifully showing and telling your story ,--that ,dosen`t matter where you live, you will be able to find nature pieces to admire,save and work art with.
I ,too, am admirering Roxanne`s art so very much,and I know, that you crossing path with her, will also result in fabolous art pieces from your hands.
You are such a marvelous artist yourself dear friend, I love all you do, (as you well know :-) - and your quick collages,here are so beautiful in their simplisity!
Love you, Dorthe

I can't believe all the gorgeous things you found! I really love your collages. They feel so serene and beautiful. I've been reading your blog since I discovered it via Roxanne's a few weeks ago, and I was so happy to see that you're a fellow student in The Thread That Weaves!

Joanna Love all the goodies you have pictured here.I so love your collages

Dear Joanna, What a perfectly wonderful nature hunt. Just look at what you found. And your photographs! I love the angles you have chosen, the close ups, and the little bursts of color. You even have an orange tree!
The bundle of twigs is lovely, the bark, and the pine cones on the old lace (!).
And finally... your beautiful little collages that are so tender and tell their own story. Thank you for being my student, and for sharing this.
roxanne

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