Fields and flowers, birds and butterflies, a cool breeze and the sound of chickens clucking, and in addition, sunlight streaming through a curtain of perennial vines. Could anything be more idyllic? We don’t need to travel...Read More
Category: Not By the Book
Sometimes, things happen by accident that turn out to be better than what was originally planned. This photo that I snapped with my iPhone as we zoomed along the TPLEX highway seems almost like an ode to a Mark Rothko painting,...Read More
It’s the end of the year, and looking back, my favorite things about the-year-that-was were the little things. We always celebrate the big moments in life, but it’s the tiny surprises that often slip by unnoticed...Read More
One of the best things about being an artist is having a home filled with art that you didn’t just collect, but that you created yourself. This stag head piece, made of reclaimed wood and bits of wire, was in the home of a...Read More
Traveling by train in the fall is truly a visual study in transition. Watching the scenery continually unfold while catching the season as it goes through its shift is the perfect reminder of how transient everything is. Despite...Read More
Patterns. They are the underpinning of the fabric of our lives and they can be found everywhere. The past few fashion seasons have celebrated the riotous play of patterns, but they go way, way, way beyond our closets. Patterns...Read More
Ahhh, the bliss of quiet time in the midst of everyday push and pull, hustle and bustle. To be allowed to breathe, read, contemplate, observe, reflect and imagine once more. This girl, quietly reading a book in the middle of a...Read More
Some things that capture our attention are truly grand and breathtaking, while others sneak up on us with their quiet grace and whisper-soft beauty. Like this field of wild grass that looked like an ivory-white, feathery cape...Read More
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