Ah, the rich color palette of the woodlands. The complex tapestry is really something to behold. The brilliant greens of new growth on a pine, the range of browns and grays in the various barks, the deep greens and yellow golds of mosses and lichens on tree trunks and rock faces - nature is quite the artist!
And speaking of artists, in past issues of Woods Reader magazine we’ve seen work from talented artists such as Adam Swanson, Vera Ming Wong and Hal Rime. The Summer 2019 issue will feature a painting and essay by Bernadette Kazmarski, and it’s sure to delight. So much in store for our readers - thank you for joining us as we wander through the woods!