Happy new year! I am thrilled because it’s only 2 weeks into the new year and we already had a good snowfall! Now, to y’all in the north, this is no biggie, but for me it’s like a shot of coveted winter wonder! If you follow me on IG (@wingswormsandwonder) you know I love snow and snowflakes,
Sometimes, when we are in the thick of winter, it can be tricky to come up with ideas for what to paint in the nature journal. How many times can you paint evergreens, bare trees, and snow right? And speaking of snow and whites, why is using white so elusive in watercolor painting?
Happy June!! This post kicks off a little summer fun series, so what better start than a summer read? Have y’all seen the new book Whatever the Weather: Science Experiments and Art Activities that Explore the Wonders of Weather by Annie Riechmann and Dawn Suzette Smith? You may recognize their names from me mentioning their Mud Puddles to
If you follow Wings, Worms, and Wonder on Facebook or Twitter you may have seen the question I posed last Thursday night regarding whether it can really thunder and lightning while snowing or if I was just going crazy. Well, luckily, it is real and I’m not starting to see flashing lights or hearing things!