The hibernation wakeup.
The dawn chorus of migrating birds.
The forest awakenings.
The spring breakers.
The fresh grass.
The trees in leaf.
Bumble Bees and Lady Bugs.
Baby Lambs and Courting Birds.
And the musings of one thousand frog swansongs.
Signs of Spring
“Hand Built” an assortment of pottery birds by Sandy Visse
Pastel by Gretha Lindwood, handmade floral cards, bamboo twig basket by Charles Schweigert, handpainted silk scarf by Cicely Gilman, Oregon mrytlewood tray, and art deco pewter bunny.
Imaginary fabric bird with soldered wire feet by Charles Schweigert, petrified wood pedestal capped by copper, French wire urn filled with handpainted eggs.
Made by Sandy Visse’s hands. Spring Sheep
“My sculptures are made with a thrown base, then individualized through handbuilding. Often whimsical in nature, my work focuses on unqiue traits of expressions.” -SV
12 x 16 oil painting on cradeled board by Melisaa Jander
Fairweather House and Gallery
Located in the Historic Gilbert District