Huichol (pronounciation) art dates back millennia and is created by the Huichol people of Mexico. Using intricate design, vibrant color and sacred symbols, the art has been a representation of visions seen by Huichol shamans. It has many forms.
Right, I know, the last post was also about Mod Podge and correct, it’s nothing new, but I’m going to show it to you anyway so sit back and suffer.
What the hell is that? That’s what I said when the Plant Man said the word, “Hypertufa.” Hypertufa is a mixture of Portland cement, perlite, peat and a little water.
“The essential part of creativity is not being afraid to fail.” -Edwin H. Land I recently received some advice on creating things and now I’m passing it forward. You should create whatever you feel like creating and not care what other people think about it…. as long as you’re happy doing it, then who cares! […]
These little wall gardens are smaller in size, about 6 x 3.5 inches, and are a cool way to display tillandsia (air plants) with enough room left for new growth.
“Beauty is in the heart of the beholder.” -H. G. Wells This is a bit offbeat but thought I would share
Hope you all had a great Thanksgiving! The Plant Man‘s cooking ability rivals his knowledge of plants so yeah, our Turkey was awesome!
We recently went to the 4th annual SaRtQ Print Party here in Sarasota – an event where you can have a local artist silk screen their art onto your shirt