I was originally going to title this post: Why the Art World is Loathe to Admit the Emperor has No Clothes. Then I realized the problem I was going to discuss is not an art-world one, but a universal one. The problem is how we tend to define things as good or bad, right and … Continue reading Judging Art (and Life) with Emotions and Intellect
These beautiful little works of art belonged to my paternal grandmother, a major bibliophile, and have been passed down to me, another bibliophile. For only standing around 12" tall, they sure pack a lot of gorgeous detail that I just had to show off. Oh, and they spin too! Love these images too? You can … Continue reading Antique Vintage Globe Bookends for the Classy Librarian
We leaned in, wedged uncomfortably on her back patio between pots of exotic plants and snapped away for an hour as the drama unfolded before us.
I adore my new Witch Hazel tree! One of the first plants to bloom, it begins a slow show in mid-February and progresses until March. It's such a relief to see some color and growing things: The promise of spring. Buy as prints or downloads at http://www.DevelopingFocus.com