White Peony art watercolor painting print by Cathy Hillegas, 8x10, watercolor flowers, watercolor print, pink yellow blue purple green red
Shop CathyHillegas Cathy Hillegas Watercolors June Light is a quality fine art giclee print, made from an original watercolor painting of a sunlit peony. The original painting won Best of Show in the Ky Watercolor Society's "Aquaventure" show in 2005.
Audubon: Blue Jay Giclee Print by John James Audubon "Rogues" and "thieves" Audubon called these marauding Blue Jays. "See how each is enjoying the fruits of his knavery, sucking the egg which he has pilfered from the nest of some innocent dove or harmless partridge. Who could imagine that a form so graceful, arrayed by nature in a garb so resplendent, should harbor so much mischief; that selfishness, duplicity, and malice should form the moral accompaniments of so much physical…
Discovery of life on the moon: In 1836, Richard E. Locke, writing for the New York Sun, claimed that the noted British astronomer Sir John Herschel had discovered life on the moon. Flora and fauna included bat-men, moon maidens (with luna-moth wings), moon bison, and other extravagant life forms. Locke proposed an expedition to the moon using a ship supported by hydrogen balloons.