Thursday, June 01, 2006

YELLOW

(magnetic tins from ikea/ flowers in our garden/patchwork curtain in upstairs hallway/my favourite cup and saucer - a gift from my sister in law/ the family of elephants I bought back from a stay in Africa/painting by Stefan/ small mosaic I made/ candle holder and wild flowers/ one of my spontaneous, amateur paintings).

12 comments:

Laini said...

Wow! I love your house more all the time. I want to come explore, and paint a flower on the wall somewhere. I also want to get more artsy with my own house!

Colorsonmymind said...

This is great as the rest-

I love the magnet tins and the elephants the most!

HoBess said...

I am having so much fun checking in with you this week! If I had a digital camera I would love to play along, alas, I settle for the attention I've been paying to the colors around me thanks to your posts this week. Can't wait to check back tomorrow!

Jamie said...

When I look at all of your pictures, I think you have such a happy home. What a cheerful and lovely environment you've created!

megg said...

I'm a bit behind & I ended up looking at all of the colours of once and wishing even more that I was coming over to your house for tea tonight! Thank you for sharing such beauty with us - I'd like more please :)

jorth said...

That must be one lucky staircase!

Shannon E. said...

Your collages are always so beautiful. Thanks for sharing.

deirdre said...

I love, love the colors in your house. Your pictures inspire me to add a dash of color here, a splash there. We've started on the outside just this week, going from a horribly boring grey-blue to a vibrant, deep green. I didn't know last week when I took my pictures of green that this week it would be on my house! It isn't an impulsive project, just sooner than I thought.

Alexandra G said...

Thats an amateur painting Claudia??? I don't think so! Will you be posting more of your paintings? I would love to see them. I love both of these color collages. Aside from being fun to look at the individual pieces that contribute to your life, as a whole, they make a beautiful pattern. Love all the items, but esp your painting!

AnnieElf said...

I love the mozaic you made. I want to hold it and touch it. Love the rough feel of broken, embedded tiles.

AscenderRisesAbove said...

Really enjoyed your colored photos. I saw your hand holding one when I was here before and wanted to show you this hand picture that I took a few months ago; so similar to yours.. which I entitled "She Broke It off"

http://ascenderrisesabove.blogspot.com/2006/03/she-broke-it-off.html

AscenderRisesAbove said...

Really enjoyed your colored photos. I saw your hand holding one when I was here before and wanted to show you this hand picture that I took a few months ago; so similar to yours.. which I entitled "She Broke It off"

http://ascenderrisesabove.blogspot.com/2006/03/she-broke-it-off.html