Brij Cappo, Mother, Artist and Yoga Instructor Extraordinaire as The Noblewoman of Denmark… there’s rue for you, and here’s some for me; we may call it herb of grace o’ Sundays; O, you must wear your rue with a difference”. Rue is well known for its symbolic meaning of regret, but the herb is also used to treat pain, bruises and has abortive qualities.
Brij Cappo as The Noblewoman of Denmark for the artist underwater series.
Underwater photography at Green River by Anastasia Traina ~ 2016 ~
Has just dropped by to remind you that her dear friend, Raisie, will be on display in the art exhibit “Reflections on the River,” an exhibition of works by local artists which includes Anastasia Traina. The David & Joyce Public Milne Library in Williamstown, Ma. has hosted the show since Sept 7th… and where Raisie will continue be on display until Sept. 3oth, 2016!
Hope to see you soonishly!
Georgia Mc Donald as The Nixie of Mill-Pond
Underwater photography by Anastasia Traina ~2016~
Says, Everybirdies’ welcome.
Wild Handel as the Blossomkeeper
Photography by Anastasia Traina ~ 2016 ~
Is a fairy spirit or guardian of a place such as a glen of trees, water, the grave yard, villages, and homesteads. There are also Haltija’s which guards humans, by discreetly following them around to keep them safe.
The Haltija is a very close friend of Raisie and would like to invite you on September 8th to “Reflections on the River,” an exhibition of works by local artists which includes Anastasia Traina. The Milne Library in Williamstown will host the show where Raisie will be on display till Sept. 3oth 2016!
Just follow this link for all the vital information… http://milnelibrary.org/author/julianav7/
Underwater photography by Anastasia Traina ~ 2016~
Georgia McDonald as the Haltija