Kim Ferreira | 2015 August
Oil paintings by Kim Ferreira, featuring an array of anthropomorphic woodland critters against a backdrop nodding to french rococo landscapes.
paintings, Kim Ferreira, art, illustration, children's illustration, nursery decor, Portsmouth, NH, New Hampshire artist, artist, animals, woodland critters, squirrel, bear, fox, raccoon, chipmunk, groundhog, forest, landscapes, oil paintings, joie de vivre
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Enormous Tiny Art – Fall @ Nahcotta

It’s that time of year again, the Enormous Tiny Art Show is happening at Nahcotta!

I’ve been wanting to experiment with acrylics and thought this would be the perfect opportunity. This series of paintings was directly inspired by a passage in An Island Garden by Celia Thaxter. She wintered on the mainland and describes making the journey from Portsmouth with her precious seedlings and household belongings out to Appledore Island on a small steam tug, the Pinafore.

 

“… a pretty sight is the little vessel when she starts out from the old brown wharves and steams away down the Piscataqua River, with her hurricane deck awave with green leaves and flowers, for all the world like a May Day procession.”

 

 

Like Ms. Thaxter, I am obsessed with my garden.

 

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