Sapelo Island

March 24, 2010

So far I’ve only observed this driftwood-laden-land by boat.  I hope to explore the  mainland a little more this summer.  As it is only accessible by boat, I hear the culture has in many ways been preserved.  In fact, the children still take a ferry to the  mainland everyday for school.  Then there’s the Reynold’s Mansion, I mean, who wouldn’t want to take a peek at that?

Sapelo Island

pen & ink with watercolor washes

©2010 Heather L. Young

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in the beginning…

October 21, 2008

there were sketches.  Lots of sketches.  Rearranging, dissecting, grouping, collecting, and visualizing of sketches.  It’s indecisiveness in it’s most vicious form, but the foundation of any project lies in a “simple” pencil sketch.

Green Things Before They Were Green, ©2008 Heather L. Young

Don’t forget to EAT YOUR GREENS at my super fantastic online sale. (Which ends 10-26)

Oh and I had the pleasure of meeting two great Savannah Etsy Sellers yesterday, and one stellar organizer extraordinaire…(Miriam that’s you)…When you’ve finished shopping the Produce Stand, take a moment to check out Kathryn’s stellar jewelry, and Jeri’s whimisical paper mache.

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