Happy Spring Beautiful People

I would like to share one of my favourite poems with you on this sacred new day – the birth of Spring. (Even in the city I manage to find a crowd of golden daffodils – watch the video) I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud by William Wordsworth I wandered lonely as a cloud That floats on high o’er vales and …

The Power of Imagination – Soup, Bugs and Journals

Imagination stirs in nature… The students decided they would make soup. The giant tractor tire became the cooking pot. The students gathered cones, grasses and wildflowers to add to their bubbling soup. Later the tire became a sailing boat and then a witches couldron. Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited to all we now know and understand, while imagination embraces the entire …

Snow Moon

Did you know February’s full moon is called snow moon? I love the different moon names gifted to each month – I find it magical and inspiring. Moon names trace back to First Nations and helped tribes keep track of the seasons, according to the Farmer’s Almanac. Moon Gazing Children are fascinated by the moon Enjoy the Full Moon this evening …

WILD NATURE ART WEEKEND FOR ADULTS

Your invited to join us for a Wild Nature Art Weekend 4th-6th Aug 2017 Let Go, Reconnect and Get Creative in the beautiful Okanagn, BC Marghanita will take you through her 12 chapter, Internationally renowned, Nature Art Program, condensing the chapters into bite sized creative explorations. Rich authentic experiences Throughout the weekend we will explore natures rhythms and kiss the …

The Wonder of Nature

Look with your heart and you’ll find the wonder of earth magic in every natural creation. These incredible delicate flowers – the Chinese Lantern plant ( Physalis alkekeng) -papery bright-orange lantern pods that develop around the ripening fruit had me jumping with excitement yesterday. The intricate detail in the almost lace-like form of the rotting lantern had me spellbound. Holding a …