Thursday around here seems to have become Art Day. I have this image on my wall. I really love the moody wintery greyness. As much as I love color, I am very drawn to black and white photography and art. Maybe the clean lines or the polar colors who knows…This image was the artwork for this movie. I never get tired of seeing this on my wall. Please share some of your favorite art.
Just a quick note to mark the celebration of OnAngles turing 1! I still remember when I was planning to begin blogging and what it felt like to view my first post. As always, anything on this blog is something that inspires me or brings me joy. I want to thank you for your continued visits. I am hopeful that I have brought a smile to your faces , a spring to your step or made a color connection you would not have seen, loved, or worn. Thank you. Now, off to have some cake!
The simplicity of this vignette is refreshing. While everyone loves a bit of sparkle the rich colors of dusky violet and rich chocolate brown with a dash of red thrown in the mix utterly divine. I also like the skull which can seem odd to some but it does have its organic specialness. The mask on the wall adds a touch of whimsy to be savored. Happy Monday!
To sit on the pier and smell the salty air,listening to the lapping of the waves…Happy Weekend!
Art is an interesting medium with a high degree of subjectivity. I have always loved museums and could spend hours in one looking at the brush strokes and the brilliance. The Sir Henry Raeburn’s the Skating Minister is fitting for the season!
I recently stumbled upon this fabulous food photography website. I could look at the pics for hours! This photo of fabulous figs really entertained my color connector. The colors are so vibrant yet subtle. Any neutral- stormy grey, black night, or navy classic would work as a springboard. How would you wear it?