We read her tiny masterpieces over and over.
Or her studies of nature subjects?
Or her landscapes?
And did you know that she was an expert on fungi? (In fact, I just discovered this tidbit on the internet:Tremella simplexWe know she made those endearing illustrations of clothed animals, but as we look at those, it's easy to forget that she was a deeply serious artist. She did research, made sketches, painted, drew, and analyzed. Let's celebrate the life and work of this incredibly talented artist by reading our favorite Potter book...looking up her sketches, paintings, and research work on the internet...reading her biography or letters. My own personal dream is to some day visit Hill Top, her house in England that is now a museum.