Back in the saddle again for 2008. Lots to look forward to. All the kittens I fostered have found new homes. I thought that I would start to introduce that permanent animal members of the household. First up- Niki, our four year old tricolor rough collie, self-appointed guardian […]
I’ll be back after the 25th. In the meantime, please bear with me.
I love to paint. I love to travel. I love animals. Put it all together with supportive husband who used to stack up the frequent flyer miles, and you get a nature artist who has been lucky enough to go to Kenya twice, Mongolia twice and North American […]
Got these pics just in time. A real winter storm is heading in, so bye-bye sunshine for awhile. The pond is still literally rough around the edges and the plantings are new, but great afternoon light covers a multitude of sins. Photo 1 is looking east, with the […]
The last of my first foster kittens, two of four, went out for adoption today and were adopted together! The wife wanted Juliet and the husband wanted Pippen, so it was easy for the woman I fostered them for to convince them to take both. They’ll join another […]
It’s been interesting over the last year seeing who shows up at our pond. Photos will be forthcoming as soon as I get over a particularly persistent cold which is going around our area. Today we spotted a red-shouldered hawk for about the fourth time, so we may […]
Welcome to the blog of Susan Fox, contemporary nature artist! I live about six hours north of San Francisco in Humboldt County. Our home, with my studio, is on an acre in a rural area called Dow’s Prairie, which is just north of McKinleyville, which is about ten […]