Tag Archives: pumpkins
Happy Poetry Friday! I’m bidding farewell to #Inktober with this last October 31st post. And I guess temporarily to fall as today in Chicago we had winter–snow covered everything. I’m hoping ye old pumpkin came down and has put in … Continue reading
My inktober sketch and tanka poem today is in memory of a dear, kind, artist we just lost Michael Bricis. PUMPKINS AND DIVERSITY (Letter “P”) In memory of Michael Bricis–a master of the pen, and whom we will all remember fondly. … Continue reading
Happy Poetry Friday! as Halloween is fast approaching I’m sharing a Halloween inspired poem-story, and art to wet your appetite. Wishing all a spoooooky fun-filled Halloween! WIRY WINNEY RIDES AGAIN Wiry Winney whirled through the town, haunting all children … Continue reading
I’m wrapped in the roundness of fall, and for Poetry Friday I’m sharing an autumnal tanka poem and ink and watercolor painting; also for inktober. I’m also sharing a fall poem by Carl Sandburg and one by Mary Oliver. SEEDS … Continue reading
preparations on their way, hurry halloweens here for just one day! © 2017 Michelle Kogan
wrap the roundness of fall’s season around you. ©2017 Michelle Kogan
moon flower leaves grin, pumpkin spreads and sighs, ah, autumns come. © 2017 Michelle Kogan Happy 1st Day of Inktober!
pumpkincopia proud and round visual treats feed all our senses! © 2016 Michelle Kogan
inktober invites magical nights filled with frights and black star delights . . . © 2016 Michelle Kogan
Quick sketch riding on the “L” in Chicago.