This is the second scratch board of dogwoods, and there will
probably be more to follow. For me, nothing proclaims the
spring season in the South more than the dogwood. When we
originally came to Georgia in 1967, I fell in love with the way the
branches of flowers draped over the roads creating a wonderland
of white lace. Then, when we moved away for several years,
each spring, I would find myself longing to return to the South to
see the branches of white one more time. Now that we have
returned, I find myself impatiently waiting at the end of each
winter to see the dogwoods blooming one more time.
Dogwood 2 is a scratch drawing on 12" x 9" black
scratchboard. The original is for sale, as well as a few giclee prints.
Georgia residents will have 7% sales tax added at checkout.