In past posts, I’ve talked about how pollinators are attracted to certain flowers, and even how flowers have adapted their coloration or structure to better suit pollinators. Did you know that humans, way back in the 1700s, thought about using that sort of botanical and ecological knowledge to OUR advantage? “While Carl Linnaeus never got… Continue reading Tell the Time With Garden Blooms!
As an avid gardener who loves nothing more than to stick my hands in the warm soil and making sure that the plants provide a great space for wildlife, I have SUCH a hard time in the winter! I’ve overwintered my perennials, spread out leaves, and keep a careful eye out for little buds to… Continue reading Prevent the Winter Blues with Indoor Gardening
Sky, Water, Butterfly wings, Bird Plumage, and flowers.... What do these all have in common? They can be "Classic Blue", the Pantone Color of the Year! This color was chosen after lots of careful thought, study, and trend analysis, by Pantone color specialists because: "A timeless and enduring blue hue, PANTONE 19-4052 Classic Blue is… Continue reading Classic Blue – Pantone Color of the Year
This year has been one of incredible growth here at The Art of Ecology! Throughout the 2019 year, I was able to stay true to my mission of building visual connections between people and the natural world through the blend of arts and sciences. I had the pleasure of holding some new workshops as part… Continue reading A Look Back at an Amazing 2019
As we get further into fall, the gardener inside of me gets sad. I miss spending time out among my flowers. The fall rains are providing the water they need, and the birds are busy picking the old flowers clean of their seeds. The wind is blowing the leaves over the plants - prepping the… Continue reading Create your Spring Garden Early with Bulbs!
"Heart & Soul of an Eastern Grey Squirrel" is available in my print shop! This highlights the importance of a deciduous forest habitat to the health and well-being of a squirrel. Many people see Eastern Grey Squirrels as pests - critters that eat all of their birdseed, hang out around urban trash cans searching for… Continue reading Happy Squirrel Awareness Month!
Galaxy print is trendy right now. There are Galaxy print leggings, back-to-school supplies decorated with galaxies, and I’ve even seen Galaxy print bed sheets! In fact - I have a galaxy tattoo (long story….) We find space to be mysterious, beautiful, and awe-inspiring, but do we even know what galaxy print is made of -… Continue reading “Galaxy Print” – What is it Made of?
Browse the many "pink" hued photos available for prints. From delicate florals to butterflies and bees - pink is a soft and lovely color! Click on an image to enlarge it. Use the photo name listed during checkout. Order your print here! Hummingbird Moth on bergamotMonarch on Lone ZinniaPoinsettiasDelicate Cherry BlossomsFlowering DogwoodCherry blossom BudsCascading OrchidsAnthurrhiumWhite… Continue reading Pinks
Enjoy these multicolored, vibrant photos! Rainbow colors make white, black, and grey pop. Click on a photo to enlarge it. Use the photo name listed during checkout. Order your print here! Christmas Lights - Peddler's Village PASteel PierTulip FieldZinnia FieldFall Foliage PortraitZinnia in warm colorsZinnia ExplosionPoconos Fall FoliagLiteral RainbowMulticolored SnapdragonVibrant GardenBlooming Air PlantLens Ball in… Continue reading Rainbow Colors
Browse the many "brown" hued photos available for prints. From fall landscapes, to wildlife plumage, skin, and fur, - brown is a warm and cozy color! Click on an image to enlarge it. Use the photo name listed during checkout. Order your print here! Bright LightsGlass OrnamentsStream bed in Fall - PAWalkway to BrigantineMossy tree… Continue reading Browns, Tans, & Naturals