a mini rose-carnation looking thing (c) by Kirk Jordan
All pics, the end of March, central Arkansas.
Anyone who knows what this thing is, feel free to help. The white and pink variations belong to two different plants in different locations but they appear to be of the same general thing. The white blooms were just a tad tighter, each flower smaller than a pea, and posted on a stiff woody stem.
Sorry to be off in my regular postings. The work schedule had been extra hectic and is slowing down, but I'm still in the catch up mode. Beyond that, I've noticed that we have been way off in local flower display following the Easter freeze. ((We can readily see the damage of something like a tornado, but our Easter freeze did as much or more damage to Arkansas agriculture.)) Many of our April flowers (as well as peaches, strawberries, blueberries, etc) just didn't make it, or on timer delay. Looks like the May blooms may start making a showing.
Wanted to remind you all that there will be a showing of my photo works at the Heritage Museum/Trinity Gallery with a reception this Friday Night, May 11th. Come and enjoy the band fine cheese and color.
2nd Friday Art Night
May 11, 20075 - 8 pm-->
Enjoy a great night of art and history on the second Friday of each month. May Art Night serves as the opening reception for Lauren Wilcox, Kirk Jordan and Alison Parsons. Historic Arkansas Museum is one of several downtown locations that will keep its doors open to the public until 8 p.m. for an evening of culture, entertainment and shopping. Visitors can start at Historic Arkansas where there is plenty of free parking, and later catch the trolley to visit other participating venues. The Museum Store, featuring the best of Arkansas-made arts and crafts, will be open.www.2ndFridayArtNight.com
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