Wine Gathering bucket from Barreveld
I am crazy over this fabric from Jane Shelton for an accent fabric in the living area .
These pots were purchased from www.wisteriaantiques.net. I think they would make great lamp bases and would complement the the fabric above as well.
I found this amazing pair of oars on Ebay. I think they will look great hanging alongside the canoe paddles I purchased from Crawford's Antiques. You can find similar ones here:http://stores.ebay.com/countryantiques
When I am working on a project I become totally absorbed in the whole aesthetic of the particular project. When a friend from high school Brian Gordy posted one of his beautiful watercolors on facebook I stopped in my tracks. This image “Looking Back at Alona Bay” really captivated me. I could imagine a writer using this as this as a basis for a story. I can conjure up all kinds of scenarios about the whereabouts of the inhabitants of the canoe. How about you?
The Hauntingly Beautiful “Tomorrow’s Rain” invokes a similar mystery
As well as “Visitors at Southpoint”
Brian exhibits his watercolors in galleries throughout the United States and many have found homes in private, corporate and museum collections. His series of turtle paintings have become particularly well thought of. You can find them at http://turtlepaintings.com/.
Many of Brian’s watercolors are available as originals or as limited edition giclee prints. If you would like to purchase any of the above or just enjoy more of Brian’s beautiful work go to http://gordyframing.com/. I am sure they would be happy to frame it for you as well.
The tide is beginning to turn at Villa Cantina now . Nearly everything has been purchased, fabricated and delivered. Everything will probably be photo ready at once!