Allhallowtide

Allhallowtide, traditionally between October 31 and November 2, is a time to remember the saints who passed before us. In nature, it marks the time when light yields to darkness. This pale, prairie moon illuminates the dark sky and encourages us to have faith in all seasons. In the words of St. Julian of Norwich, “All shall be well, and all shall be well, and all manner of things shall be well” Contains prairie limestone to signify hope. 24×24 Sold to a collector in Kansas.

Cedar Berry Glaze

Eastern Red cedars are producing the most glorious berries. Went out on the prairie today to gather some for a special glaze.