Sunday, April 25, 2010
Adios to Our Arizona Home
Bottles with a dichroic like patina from being buried for 100 years.
A few were found in our town yard and others picked up at our favorite junking shops in St. David
Photos, old and new.
Every house needs a Burmese "nat" and carved root snake.
The train photo was found inside my 1800's desk from a garage sale.
My husband's dresser. Alaskan birch basket, more bottles and Lea & Perrins bottle stoppers.
Rocks, always rocks.
A cookie cutter window view.
The wooden pieces- A piloncillo sugar mold and cobblers shoe form.
Time to pack up and say goodbye to our Arizona abode. We'll be spending the next 7 months back in Alaska to our other home thankfully flying rather than driving that cross continental trip.
My husband will be going back to his seasonal archaeology job and I will return to my other studio in the "Garaj Mahal" to revisit other art supply stashes and enjoy our spectacular Alaskan summer of endless light. This is when I actually have to go back to work in a manner of speaking with a farmers market and some shows along with keeping the summer galleries stocked up with inventory.
In the two winter seasons we've lived in our snowbird abode in Arizona we've already accumulated quite a collection of goodies of all sorts to display in our home. We're both collectors so our home certainly reflects that aspect of us.
Goodbye Arizona until next winter!