My plants are never pleased when they are brought indoors after living happily on the front porch from May until late autumn. All of the pots were brought inside before Hurricane Sandy hit land.
Three days after the hurricane hit, I caught a plane for California to teach two Color Scheme Game Workshops in Santa Rosa. Tom, without power for almost two weeks, pampered my plants in my absence. They have all survived, though a couple are still struggling. This little pot of Oxalis has a giant corm standing out of the dirt in the middle of the pot. Survival is such a strong, driving force among all living things.
Sketchbook Drawing: drawn first with fountain pen filled with Noodler’s Whaleman’s Sepia followed by watercolor.
Color Scheme: Modified Triad (Yellow-Orange, Yellow-Green and Blue Green) Pot and dirt are neutralized hues of the triad.