Somebody has to do this job and I am so happy it is me. It is a rainy day here in Naples Florida, but it wasn't in Green Turtle Cay.
I love collaborating with creative people and Lynda Johnson, of Lynda Johnson Interiors is one of my favorites. An empty corner in this dining room cried out for a decorative accent and happily for me, Lynda thought a painted palm would be just right.
It didn't take much persuading (or any) to get me to jump on a plane and whip down to the Bahamas for a quick little paint job. There was a bit of time left over to take in the beautiful colors of the island.
I was able to take a lot shots for an on-line series on color studies I will be starting this summer.
Tomorrow I return to New England where I will be busily setting up my new studio. Our next American Clay Earth Plaster class is on Friday, April 16. Please look for our full class schedule by the end of the week.
website last year, but I'm still not sure it's where I want it. Would you click on and tell me if you like it as is, or if you prefer this cleaner, more graphic me? I definitely think that with me being me--there needs to be color added, maybe deep turquoise in the circle with a bronze over-lay on the lettering. Is it too clean for me? I will have signs made for the new studio and it seems like now is the time to make this decision. I would love your feedback either by commenting on this post or via e-mail.
Lisa's husband and I collaborated on the design of the floor cloth depicting two well loved pets. The painting was done by Elizabeth Whelton.
Daniel Thibeault. And speaking of Daniel, just look at what he can produce from the comfort of his own beautiful kitchen.
Another wonderful party in another great kitchen.
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