This feels like a good companion to a post I created during my last 365 project nearly two years ago: art of everyday life.
Nothing is more intimate (and more overlooked) than the objects we handle every day. These stalwarts exude a simple beauty, weathering the rituals of our days and bearing the marks of our journeys.
157/365: still life with plates & bowls
My parents yard looks like a park with big trees, a sprawling lawn, and flower gardens everywhere. My mom is great at bringing the fresh flowers inside and placing them in nearly every room of the house; it’s one of the many ways she makes things beautiful.
192/365: daylilies on the table
Some days you just have to make hay while the sun shines. Yesterday, I was so busy making hay that I ran out of sunshine and found myself at bedtime without a daily photo. Luckily, the studio where I’d spent most of the day, is within falling-down distance of my bed; I snapped a couple shots of the work-in-progress and called it a night.
69/365: studio table with business cards and utility knife
The work-in-progress: new business cards and spring note cards for my newest retail outlet: Urban Cottage!