hope you had a wonderful long weekend! we just managed to make to the museum this weekend before a Impressionist exhibit at the Museum of Fine Art in Boston closed … (I promise to share a few pictures a little later this week when there’s a bit more time to post)
but for now some pictures of a quilt exhibit that is still going on just now… it was very striking and beautifully arranged to convey different principles of color theory and design. if you haven’t had the chance to see it, it’s definitely worth a visit…
these days are full of postcard views and many busy hours… we’ll see if somehow time can be found to take really take part of this life framed within the postcard. wishing you a very happy weekend!
out the side view mirror, we spot a young family that we have never seen before. I can completely understand why they have stopped in this quiet, pretty place. it seems the perfect place to raise the little ones. what a perfect end to a busy day to catch their quiet moment eating dinner pond side.
There are many folk arts I love. From the earliest of times, every day hands have found a way to share the beauty that is found in their natural world …. the plants that bloomed became the colors of the cloth, the petals of the flower the embroidered stitch. In these Saturday process features, I hope to share this fascination with the tools and hands that have brought the love for beauty to life.
Aren’t they lovely little horses … have a wonderful weekend!!