This 'giclee' print (as they call it in the US!) depicts the original painting to perfection. It is a particularly dear piece for it was part of a successful and beautiful traveling group show on pollinating insects that visited various exhibitions along the US East Coast. The new owner, who lives in northern Switzerland, tells me that it "brings some smooth curves and colors in a quite black & white and geometrical" home ;-) I love it.
The first 'live' examples arrived in the mail! These A-line poly tops are cream-colored and have a beautiful drape. On fabric the graphite translates into a very chique greygreenish tone that looks great on black slacks or blue jeans. The slightly longer length in the back gives it a beautiful 'dressed off' finish. At the same time they could easily be worn over shorts or a skirt, so they are easily dressed up or down. A delicate detail: these tops come with a small hidden snap-and-loop on the shoulder that keeps the straps of your bra perfectly in place. What's not to like?! My favorite models love them too!
Square Silk Scarf /Springtime Pansies 7 mai 2016, 16:19
The birds are actively producing eggs, so in between some pink designs here's a springtime image with springtime eggs and lots of yellow tones in it. Ever wondered why there is so much yellow in spring flowers? It is the most visible color of all, so after the dark winter days it is perfect to get the spring season going.
Square Silk Scarf / Pure Elegance 6 mai 2016, 10:31
While tulips are going strong under steel blue skies, I'd like to show you one of my square tulip scarfs, in luminous green-and-magenta. This soft, silk example (some waves in the background to give you an idea of the fabric) is an elegant spring wrap, whether over a T-shirt or with a darker blazer to the office