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It begins with the quiet enchantment of the everyday: the daily wanderings, the mornings coffees, the budding of magnolia trees outside our windows, the cottage gardens, the smell of the forest after a sun shower, the knit sweaters, the early hours of morning we spend with just ourselves and the characters in our books, the warm drinks in hand-thrown mugs, the plants we tend to, the daydreams, the notebooks, the things that provide us stillness when the world won’t stop spinning. These fine art prints aim to tell these gentle tales in a collection of whimsical illustrations weaving together the chronicles of seasonal happenstances, and the magic that lives within them. To many happily ever afters.

PS. everything you see here is eco-friendly and can be delivered free within Dundas, ON, picked up in Burlington, ON, or packaged up thoughtfully and shipped straight to your door!

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After a year that challenged us deeply to look inside of ourselves, at others, and at the world with new lenses, I created these 2021 calendars and fine art prints with the intention of cultivating a space that encourages stillness, slow growth, self-compassion, and hope. As you welcome these botanical illustrations into your home, let them be port keys for you to find kinship in the changing seasons and their harvests, so you too can have grace with yourself as you plant your own seeds, grow your roots, and gather harvests in abundance. Like the mustard seed on the calendar's cover page, the most bountiful gardens stem from the smallest of seeds. So during sproutless seasons, keep patiently tending to the unseen undergrounds. A time to harvest will come precisely when it's meant to.

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These illustrations celebrate the wildflowers that grow in gardens along cobblestone streets, that rest in a bouquet on my mom’s dining room table, that paint acres of land golden yellow. Inspiring the collection, I drew a bundle of peonies as an ode to my mom’s favourite flower that she grows in our garden in the late spring, filling our house with its sweet scent as we open up our bedroom windows during the nights to welcome a gentle breeze. The flower has always been nostalgic to me and its large, floppy petals and pastel shades of pink characterize the spring months — the season of hope and renewal. To me then, it made sense that this flower would decorate the calendars’ cover page — an invitation for you to welcome in the changes of life's seasons like you do the spring and its petals. These fine art prints commemorate some of my favourite florals and their gentle lessons, which accompany each of the prints below on a tiny tag, so you too can find inspiration in their meanings.

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