new pup for a few weeks now. Her name is Dolly and she's a super sweet pit-mix. I figured it was about time I post about her. In these pics she climbed into Susie's crate even though it's too small for her. She's super cuddly and picks things up quickly. I especially like that she has black freckles that you can see through her fur! We're trying to find her a good home before we start to like her too much, so spread the word!
20x200, which is a venue for affordable art prints organized by Jen Beckman. I'm always excited when I receive the weekly newsletter with new editions and this week is no exception. I'm particularly enamored with the newest print by Jennifer Sanchez (actually, with all of her work). I have one of her pieces in my office, a gift from a wonderful friend, and it always makes me happy.
friend introduced me to artist Matt Eskuche, who makes gorgeous renderings of trash using glass. He just finished a residency at RIT and I'm lucky to have gotten to see this work in person. The detail in his pieces is just astounding - can you see the tiny pistachio shells in the top image?! I want them so badly! I honestly couldn't believe that these were all made by hand - no casting involved.
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Linwood Gardens, which is perhaps my favorite place in upstate New York. My ulterior motive is for you to bookmark the site and check it out next year...and invite me along :) Every year I attend the Tree Peony Festival at the gardens and every year I wish I could live there. This year was no exception, especially since the old walled vegetable garden now has a small herd of sheep!
Madeline Patisserie from our trip to NYC.