For a few months, The Muses gleamed in the water feature at Missouri Botanical Garden as part of Craig Mitchell Smith’s Garden and Glass exhibition. The water feature is a circle of jets of water that shoot up from the ground, reach the extent of their energy, and bubble back down. Continue reading “Fun in a Fountain: The Muses by Craig Mitchell Smith”
Several of these pictures show abstract-seeming details of a monumental sculpture packed with colourful gleams and glints. Continue reading “Ricardo Cat by Niki de Saint-Phalle”
HeyJude’s request for us to share green things in March came with gentle encouragement to go beyond natural greenery. So here goes! Continue reading “Random Green Stuff, Just Because”
Lichen-encrusted kindling tones perfectly with the colour scheme of this Mississippi-style porch chair. To me, its bright, cheerful design looks just as good with the extra textures heaped on by weather’s rust and flaking.
Its owner hurried to brush away the wood when he learned I wanted to take its picture, but I thought it was perfect as it was. Continue reading “Handpainted Metal Chair”