artful living fall 2015
a visual scrapbook of my artful approach to life.
Three silk gutta bottles called a morning meeting in the cast light of antique stained glass.
My many dye-painted silk scarves have a wrinkle-free home in the north-facing studio entry. The walls are freshly painted with Sherwin Williams "Sassy Green" which Grandma had already used here, and...surprise... happens to be recommended for displaying art. It was meant to be.
Hello studio floor in polka-dye fashion.
For a birthday, I tried a fresh twist on a balloon rose--not easy, but a nice effect.
Fall colors at the lake - even the algae creates dynamic patterns in blue-green.
A ripe lemon from my sister's tree dwarfs an unripe "juliette" grape tomato.
And a fig tree - first year, first fruit.
Roses made by a friend--from leaves
Above is a close look into a new silk painting of water flowing over stones.