Watercolor, ink and white acrylic.
Will-o’-the-wisp or ignis fatuus are atmospheric ghost lights seen in bogs, swamps or marshes.
It is generally accepted that most ignes fatui are caused by the oxidation of compounds, that when produced by organic decay, can cause photon emissions.
Sightings are rarely reported today. The decline is believed to be the result of the draining and reclamation of swamplands in recent centuries, which have now been converted to farmlands.
deer by John Stortz
Stellar area rugs designed by Schönstaub