Wednesday, October 26, 2011
Last week we took a little jaunt to the flower district and bought a bunch of Birch poles and these wonderful winter berries. The poles were 9 feet long and had to be tied to the roof of our car and then once home chopped down to fit into the car for the long drive out east. Luckily there was a crew working on a new restaurant on our block who took pity on Douglas trying to cut them with a hand saw and gladly did it for him... gotta love NY sometimes.
Anyway, next post will be the finished work.
Posted by Cursive at 1:12 PM
Wednesday, October 19, 2011
Shopping runs in the family, as you can see even Noodle loves to window shop.
We took a mini vacation to visit friends in Austin so we road-tripped our way to Marfa. We had a wonderful time and I'd say the highlight was driving to see the Prada Marfa shop built in 2005 by Elmgreen and Dragset. It's quite the commentary on shopping and luxury, you see it's sealed up and will eventually be reclaimed by the desert. Even sick with the flu I appreciated the isolation and encapsulated fashion time warp. If you have been what did you think ??
Posted by Cursive at 10:47 AM
Tuesday, October 04, 2011
As she is no longer with us I feel that the love of "making" will keep her so close to me as I make my own stuff.
I would not be who I am without her encouragement, support and mostly the love she gave me throughout my life. Grandma I love you.
Posted by Cursive at 11:52 AM