Person- My friend Beth inspects a favorite quilt.
Place- The annual quilt show in Asheville, N.C. was amazing.
Thing- You never know what you’ll find by the side of the road. This old relic dates from the late 1940s.
(Photos- Martha Browne)
Our son Curtis is back in Prague for another year of teaching. He recently checked out the Gerhard Richter exhibit at The National Gallery and told us “….some of Richter’s paintings are very realistic, like photographs, while others are completely abstract…”
(Photos- Curtis Browne)
This was my second summer to participate in the community’s annual photography exhibit. The experience is always an adventure. I spent hours figuring out which pictures to use and how best to display them. I even made booklets for viewers at the art center. Above is the cover from it.
(Photo & Design- Martha Browne)
Back in 2008, I wrote a fun post about wedding changes I would make. Looking at the post now, it seems a bit out of step. What’s the difference? A desire to have an even smaller and more intimate wedding.
(Terrain hat, donkey image, ring, J.Crew dress, watercolor by Lady Emma Tennant)
I love this clever arrangement of eye paintings from the home of Susan Hable.
Similar watercolor eye painting available at Etsy.
(Photo- Anthony Masterson for Atlanta Magazine)