Sunday, March 27, 2011


I have owned this book “A CAT ALPHABET” by Victorian artist Louis Wain for quite some years now; I found it at a garage sale.  The page with H and I is missing so if any of you out there have this missing page it would be grate if you want share them.
The British artist Louis Wain was a highly successful artist and illustrator whose reputation was made on his singular and gently humorous pictures of cats in the beginning of the 20th century.
When he became 57 years old, he was affected by an unknown mental disorder, which overtook his life as well his art. The last 15 years of his life were spent in psychiatric institutions. His cat's paintings started to change and to show startling images.
At the Bethlehem Royal Hospital Museum you can find more images by Louis Wain:

Friday, March 25, 2011


Yet another beautiful day comes to an end.

Thursday, March 24, 2011

This Little Light of Mine...

Spring has sprung in Albany Georgia; the pollen is out in full force and so are the mosquitoes.  I do realize that it may not feel like spring in many parts of this country like North Dakota that was just hit with another snowstorm; Iceland is still covered with the white of winter.
However, the days are getting longer and brighter if only with the promise of spring.
In this, my first official post I want to share with you my latest images that certainly in my mind bring back memories of summer and spring.  "FARM ANIMALS."
Please enjoy and feel free to share your thoughts on spring.