June 21, 2013


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Deb Taylor

oh my Goodness, Goodness. Goodness !Those bundles of blooms and rust and herbs, oh my!
I have done this before, but must do again....thank you for such lovely inspirations here !

Ann Christine Dennison

Love the paper you created by steaming flowers, such a great idea. I tend to keep all sorts of stuff for collage too, just in case, they tend to be all over the studio, on plates, shelves and my table top :-) Thanks for sharing a lovely summer post with lots of inspiration, I wish you a lovely summer :-)

caterina giglio

I always think of YOU, when I am sketching and working in the garden.. so many gorgeous images here... and your steamed paper is fabulous, I must try it... xx


Wonderful journey. Love the top photo, and the rainbow. Looks like you are enjoying your new way of teaching and sharing your love of art.

mary ann

What a great visit I've had here...beautiful photos and I can just imagine the fun of creating with friend Jeanne! Gathering flowers, bundling and steaming...what an experience!! Yes, to your busy summer...enjoy!


Love all that you share here Roxanne! I have not been blog visiting much lately, thank you for the visit to bring me over here.

So wonderful...all of the workshops you are doing!! The steamed flower bundles are so lovely and the very first image...a Monet painting!

happy 4th!


Roxanne thanks for your sweet comments on my blogs, this post is very interesting I have visit the workshop blog and I became inspired of the collage and the way you have dyed paper and fabric on, I'm ready to start.


I love the flower results from the steamer and that butterfly! Wow!
This is such a lovely place to visit. I feel like we've just shared a cup of tea.
One of these days I will. You'll see.

Roxanne Hawley

A wonderful dyeing technique. Thank you Jeanne and Roxanne for sharing with us. I've got to try it! And thank you Roxanne for your plug for my blog. Bless you!

Kimberly Jones

What a lovely post! Your photos, your words, they're all so beautiful. I fell in love with Oregon when I visited a couple of years ago and I wish I could attend your workshop! I'm sure it will be a wonderful experience for everyone.
I am curious, do you keep the sketches and notes you make for your projects? If so, how do you store them?


Beautiful photos , Why do you live so far away .


Roxanne the butterfly has turned out so well!!You must be thrilled with it.


Oh a wonderful post dear Roxanne- such beautiful photoes, and they being also filled with so much beauty!!
I love the process Jeanne Mclaughlin tought you.What wonderful a result you had, and all your collaging is gorgeous dear !
Amazing moments have you captured, and saved for us,- I loved being with you today ,dear friend!
Hugs from Dorthe


Roxanne, Beautiful post!
I love the rusted butterfly!
I wish I could go to your workshop, but it is not possible at this time. I tried to go to the FB page and my computer froze, but I wanted to respond to your invite and let you know that while I can't come, it would be wonderful. Perhaps another time. Annie,xoxo


Magical moments indeed! Thanks for sharing all these bits of beauty Roxanne. Nobody captures nature quite the way you do!!

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