Welcome to another edition of our Saturday morning art show — this week, known as “Spring Nature Photos.”
Half of the submissions are of stunning natural scenes. Most submissions — flowers and everything else — come from women.
Every form of art is welcome. Let’s see those watercolors, pen-and-ink sketches, macramé and more. C’mon guys, step up to the plate. We are — as always — particularly interested in student submissions, and readers who have not submitted before.
Some of you are professional artists; most are amateurs. Experience does not matter. We want all your art! Email email@example.com, to share your work with the world.
“Buddies” (Gina Ryan)
“Patching Life Back Together” (Eva Horowitz — completed during COVID)
“Bearded Iris” — on Jesup Road, near the Gillespie Center (Amy Schneider)
“Saugatuck River Reflections” (Photographer Larry Untermeyer says this shows the office building on the west side of the river, across from the Westport Library. This was a tight reflection shot, just as high tide began to turn toward Long Island Sound.)
“The Beauty Within” (Lauri Weiser)
“Remnants of Rain” (Ellen Wentworth)
“A Calming Peaceful Memorial Weekend (Photo/June Rose Whittaker)
“Awakening” (Karen Weingarten)
“Light on a Dark Day” (Myles Hinton — Staples High School sophomore, and a 5th-generation Westporter!)
“Betsy” (Lucy Johnson)
Untitled (Seth Braunstein)