Tuesday, April 17, 2012
A little down time. I've been savouring the day or so of quiet I have at the moment — such a contrast to the last few weeks. It's so nice to have time to read without feeling I should really be doing work.
(lovely photo by annie schlechter)
This colourful family home in Lidingö, Sweden is also a showcase for a collection of pieces by designer Josef Frank — looking around, you'll spot a round coffee table from 1952 in the living room, the Friendship Knot candlestick, a desk, dining room chairs and a floor lamp among many other items. But far from giving the house a museum quality, the collection blends with the rest of the home in a cheerfully relaxed way. So lovely. More here on Sköna hem.
(photography by fredrik sweger)
Something a little different today — a peek at my solo show at Exposure Gallery in Ottawa, Ontario. Andrew was kind enough to take a few quick photos during the vernissage last Thursday, and I thought I'd share them here for those who can't visit in person. Turnout was good, with little waves of people throughout the evening. And thanks so much to Erin, an automatism reader who I was lucky enough to meet at the show! Two pieces have already been sold, and the show itself is up until June 26, too.