Thanks Denver for a great art show. I enjoyed it immensely, even in 101 degree temps on Saturday.
Blush. Basin Head. 19″ Square, Papier Collé and Oil. Available here … Nadine Sage
We love these porcelain tea light votives. I’m especially fond of the sea urchin. Israeli artist, Ady Shapira, offers her beautiful work at wapa studio. The object is slip cast in Limoges porcelain from a mold that Ady designed and made, the urchin like surface is processed by hand.
This blackbird has me captivated. A new piece for the end of the week. A papier collé, 19″ x 19″ framed.
Friday at Five: The Mar-Tea-Nez
1 oz Beefeater 24 Gin
1 oz Dubonnet
.15 oz Maraschino liqueur
Dash Angostura bitters
Dash Peychaud’s bitters
Earl Grey tea bag
Glass: Martini or Small tea cup
Infuse the gin with a teabag. Add other ingredients and ice in a chilled martini glass or small tea cup. Stir. Garnish with a cherry.
(via Liquor.com, Charles Vexenat)
When it comes to sea urchins, I’m all over it. Having been summer raised on Prince Edward Island I had my fair share of these wonderful beauties from the sea. So delicate. Seems that I have been seeing sea urchins all over the place this season. I can’t snatch them up fast enough. From top: Sea Urchin Bowl from DiTerra: of the Earth, Urchin Terrarium from Anthropologie , Sea Urchin Door Knob from Anthropologie.
Don’t miss out on flaunting one of these beautiful little numbers while combing the beach. Oh so clever. Star of the East cleans each sea urchin, fills them with polyurethane foam and covers them with epoxy to make them strong and shiny. They used silver colored thread to adorn this sea urchin and a glass rhinestone in the centre to finish the piece. The ring itself is beautifully handmade of Sterling Silver (925).
Star of the East used a sterling silver bead caps to adorn this sea urchin which also adorns a beautifully handmade Sterling Silver (925) ring base.