Artist’s Life Extended: My Passion for Plants

As an artist, I obviously spend a good amount of time working on art projects. But other stuff has room as well, sometimes more, sometimes less.

These past two months, I’ve been starting several hundreds of plants in our greenhouse and on our kitchen window sill. I love plantsl, so the work comes naturally for me.
I am going to give most of the plants away to raise money for my trip to Cyprus this fall. People will be able to get different vegetable varieties, sunflowers and marigolds. All of the species are heirloom (that is, pure-bred) and some of them date back as far as the early 1800s. It’s amazing how much artistry is involved in nature. And every little thing has it’s place. This makes me marvel at it and is, for me, a pointer to an amazingly creative God.

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