I’m a tease. There, I admit it. I told y’all I was ready to share our gallery wall at the beginning of last week when my photos from Shutterfly arrived, and then typical perfectionist me decided to spend days picking and tweaking and analyzing. But hark! It is done! I’m so excited about the naked-wall-that-is-no-more.Read more
Jules Adolphe Breton French, 1827-1906, The Song of the Lark. I spent some time recently in some of the galleries I don't visit as often, was struck by this painting. It seems to be showing some moment of exasperation, or melancholy- not sure what it is about but the mood with the sunset and the sickle in her hand is mysterious and outstanding!