Taking us by the hand, Molly Hashimoto leads us to meadows and hillsides where time slows, awareness expands, and the call of a single bird arrests us. Her most beloved places are America’s treasured parks and wilderness areas, vast oases that provide refuge for countless rare species and moments of awakening for millions of human visitors. When she is not painting or making prints, Hashimoto teaches for the North Cascades Institute, the Yellowstone Association Institute, and the Sitka Center for Art and Ecology. She writes about art, nature, and other things in her blog at www.mollyhashimoto.com.
Contains five each of the following notecards:
Anna’s Hummingbirds & Crocosmia, 2012
California Quail, 2012
Cedar Waxwing, 2012
Woodpecker, North Cascades, 2011