Victorian Gothic Easter Trends
Victorian Gothic Easter Trends: Easter decor doesn’t have to be pink and pastel to be sweet. After a long, white, white, winter (that is still hanging on here in Central Pa.), I’ve been in the mood for some bold, rich color.
These are a few of the polymer sculpts that I’ve been working on while I was trapped inside for the past couple of months. The eggs are real chicken eggs that I hollowed out and covered with polymer.
Today is the first day that I’ve been able to photograph anything outside. The scene looks deceptively spring-like because of the green moss, but if I had zoomed out, you would see dead, brown grass. I also had to try to steady my shaking hands in the 28-degree temperature. If I had shot this on the first day of spring earlier this week, you would have seen a good coating of thick fluffy snow.
Early spring my butt, Phil! I don’t know why Pennsylvanians are so keen on looking to a groundhog for weather advice, especially since my alma mater, Penn State, has a “kick ass meteorology program” as they put it in the Onward State student blog.
Hope you are enjoying better weather from wherever you are reading along me. Happy first week of spring!