Friday, December 31, 2010


Found Reference by Cara Barer. See website here.

"May your coming year be filled with magic and dreams and good madness. I hope you read some fine books and kiss someone who thinks you're wonderful, and don't forget to make some art -- write or draw or build or sing or live as only you can. And I hope, somewhere in the next year, you surprise yourself." - Neil Gaiman

Still Life by Cara Barer.

Sunday, December 26, 2010


Uri Eiliaz. Read post here.

"Maybe we’re here only to say: house,
bridge, well, gate, jug, olive tree, window —
at most, pillar, tower … but to say them, remember,
oh, to say them in a way that the things themselves
never dreamed of existing so intensely."

—Rainer Maria Rilke

Assemblage by Elspeth Slayter. See blog here.

Many of us in this blog circle see the beauty in discarded objects. I am intrigued to see broken household objects re-fashioned into something that holds my attention..... something that I often find beautiful.

The Devil you Know by Katie Dell Kaufman. Website here.
Of course beauty is in the eye of the beholder ........ and One person's junk is another person's treasure!

Bezabih Ayele. Photo from this link.

Leonardo Drew's work is constructed with trash which most people walk past on the street and yet it is so exciting .... even beautiful. Well, it makes MY heart race anyway!

Leonardo Drew. This photo was taken by Los Dragonnes on Flickr. See photostream here.

Assemblage by Harvee Riggs. Karin introduced me to Harvee's work. See Website here.

Assemblage by Harvee Riggs. See website here.

Assemblage by Harvee Riggs. See website here.

Assemblage by Janet Jones. See website here.

Federico Hurtado. See Flickr photostream here.

Antique and Vintage Fishing Lures. Lost Found Art. Website here.

"Look for the lovely thing
and you will find it,
It is not far --
It never will be far".
- Sara Teasdale

Rosalie Gascoigne. See website here.

Tiny Monsters, incorporating vintage furniture casters, by Elizabeth Frank. See website here.

Everything of the best to all my blogging friends and followers and wishing you peace and joy in 2011.

Tuesday, December 7, 2010


Rice Grain Porcelain by Eeva Jokinen. Website here.


If light pours like water
into the kitchen where I
with my tired children,

if the rug beneath us
is woven with tough
and the yellow bowl on
the table

rests with the sweet heft
of fruit, the sun-warmed
if my body curves over the

and if I am singing,
then loneliness has lost
its shape,
and this quiet is only
- Rachel Contreni Flynn

Woman carrying bowls in Mali by Hansjoerg Klein. Flickr photo stream here.

Tiny wooden bowl from Herriott Grace, here.

Lichen Bowl by Joe Hogan. Website here.

Bowl full of Blues. Photo from Seldom Scene Photography, here.

Bowl by Lidia Serra. Website here.

A sea of little ceramic bowls by South African ceramicist, Cathy Brennon. Website here.

Exquisite little bowls by Priscilla Mouritzen. See Blog here.

Nasturtiums. Woodblock print by Cressida Campbell.
Beautiful enamel bowls by Helen Carnac. Read an interview with Helen here. Helen's blog, here.

Still life by stylist Nan Whitney. Website here.

Cambodian Amulets. Photo from Photography in Malaysia, here.

Bowl of Everything by RG