Art

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This beautifully embellished piece of driftwood caught my eye today.   The piece was created by Bellawillow, in collaboration with Elwood Designs  and was made from...

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Quick! before the long days are truly gone for another six months.  Capture the beauty of seed heads, and grass tops, pods, twigs and leaves so you...

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lawn paper cut grass designs via www.pithandvigor.com
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I'm really having a tough time getting back to my normal rhythm after vacation.  Does that happen to you? It doesn't help that in addition...

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charley harpur image by rochell greayer www.pithandvigor.com raccoons
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  My MIL and FIL arrive from CA tonight, so this mothers day weekend will be especially mother-ly.   I am particularly grateful for this...

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Following up on my earlier post-- these are some of the great original graphics that Tin prints on his canvas pillows and canvases. (available at...

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I seem to never fail to find so many works of Environmental Art to be supremely inspirational.   Stuart Frost has created a series of works across...

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I am ready for the weekend....and then I am not....this is going to be one of those really, really, really long-feeling weekends, because next week...

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What are you doing this weekend?  My parents are coming to visit -- cross your fingers that they are on one of the very flights...

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Did you see the fantastic mural at a NYC nursery by street artist Roa over at Leaflets yesterday?   I am absolutely in love with this art...

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This installation in Jaujac, France by french Artist gaëlle villedary, not only feeds my incessant yearning for French travel, but it also so beautifully illustrates...

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Oh Friends -- this is going to be one of those heavy posting days.....where I have plans to share a thing or two with you...

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Perhaps the best trade show I have ever attended is Maison et Objet (which is currently underway in Paris).  There is just so many exciting...

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With the impending holiday approaching, I'm pleased to have discovered  these valentine inspired botanical fine art prints by Due Alberi.    Due Alberi is a...

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Do you remember this post? I do... for two reasons....first, it remains to this day, one of the most responded to posts since I wrote...

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Is this not perhaps one of the most fantastically interesting garden swings that you have seen?   It is made by De Bruir, as are...

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Oh Dear!-- look what I've just discovered.  The photography of Tim Pugh has me crushing on him like I crush on Andy Goldsworthy and other...

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Sun Block printed bottles via www.pithandvigor.com
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I am not sure how I feel about being old enough to see fashions and fads truly recycle themselves.  I remember my grandmother and mother...

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Nuria Mora has a new installation on a rooftop by the East River in New York City.  It's not jsut a painting, but a garden,...

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I am fascinated by the creativity of Gregory Euclide.  His landscapes are a mixed media, surreal, pleasure to rest your eyes on.   As a kid...

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Have you ever seen something and realized it is exactly what you are looking for, but didn't know it until you saw it?  I have...

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Truly artistic garden art is not always so easy to find.  The market is flooded with kitsch and sometimes downright tacky garden "art" so truly...

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