COLOR FOR INTERIOR DESIGN

In the last couple of weeks, my blogs addressed dark tones and color distribution. Color distribution is the industry phrase for the Law of Chromatic Distribution. In this blog, please note that the discussion is about color basics and its application. The basics are...

SARASOTA: CULTURE & CIRCUS

Stuffed with people and culture today, I can’t imagine Sarasota, Florida, once was a small fishing village with only a few hundred people at the turn of the 20th century. Charles N. Thompson was the manager of Ringling Brothers Circus in the 1890s. He checked out the...
SPIDERS, GHOSTS and BOTANICALS

SPIDERS, GHOSTS and BOTANICALS

Spiders, ghosts and botanicals. You might find any of those at our old, built in 1867, sixty-two room  Lockwood-Mathews Mansion Museum anytime.  I have found some, especially botanicals, and right now I want to tell you about the current art show, in the Billiards...
ART IN PHOTOGRAPHY

ART IN PHOTOGRAPHY

Creativity! Isn’t that what art is? Art comes in millions of variables. Art is everywhere, in nature, in architecture, in human creativity–in a leaf. Last week, I visited a renowned photography gallery, Gallery270, Englewood, NJ, to view some prints by Imogen...

THE CLOISTERS

Just imagine. This image depicts the busiest hub in the world. Seriously. This is Penn Station, NYC at Madison Square Garden. We were there picking up our house guest. Lana, my editor’s daughter from South Africa, came to get the best tour ever of New York City,...

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