092816: Continuation

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Last week I posted some images of fossils with encroaching moss. We’ll, I was so pleased to work with the color that moss brought that I sought out more. In some cases just a thin hint of what will come. And in others full, rich mats of lush growth.

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It’s kind of interesting to me that this very simple form of life chose to get started on an impression of life from hundreds of millions of years ago!

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In the case of each of these, they were only just a few years ago “liberated” from the inside of large rocks by my hammer and chisel.

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One more piece of green – a mushroom from the woods out back of the studio.

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And, finally, I’m happy to say that these two images from last week’s post have been chosen for the two juried shows opening this Saturday, October 1 4-6 pm at the Woodstock Artist Association and Museum (WAAM) in Woodstock NY. Please drop in if you are in the area.

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