Description The lowly skunk cabbage grows in wetlands and comes up in mid-spring in New Hampshire which is in the tahird week or so of May. check out the symmetry of this image. It looks to me like the latest haute couture from the runways of Paris.By the way, it's called skunk cabbage because the smell of the plant if you cut the leaf.
Susan Warren, Brookfield Member Since December 2007 Artist Statement I live in rural New Hampshire and love the quiet woods and half hidden places. When I am looking through the lense at a small woodland flower or moss, I lose myself and slide into pure engagement with beauty. That sounds pretty new age, but, if the shoe fits, I guess I'll wear it.
We are surrounded by harsh images all day in the media. We get thinking that this must be the 'real' reality. Through my images, I try to convey that the eye can find what it seeks to find. I seek images of beauty, symmetry, wonder.
So, that's the fancy side of things. Basically I'm an image junky. Thanks for looking at my images.