Tuesday, September 02, 2008

Plum And Moss

I thought I'd do an entire post of images in the purple plum and greeny moss color scheme, since those two colors together say "Fall" like no other and I'm so terribly thrilled that the fall months are now upon us. Knee high socks! Crisp morning air! Crunchy leaves! Chai tea and cookies!

That landscape painting was a recent antique store score for $12 and I really love it. The colors, the frame, the fact that some person sat down with their oil palette and took the time to create it and liked it so much as to get it professionally framed....It's magic. I feel like I rescued a little unknown gem from the trash heap.

The last picture is a close-up of some ceramic tiles I've painted at work. I'm lining them all up along a windowsill for a bit of fun and whimsy.

That's all from me for today! I'll be back tomorrow with some new shop items to show and tell. Enjoy your Tuesdays, everyone!

8 comments:

Rachel said...

love the shoes! I need to hang my beer joint sign. hehe!!

Eggman Studios said...

They are indeed my faves. :) I can't wait to see what you do with your compact coat rack!

sandymichelle said...

love those tiles.. hot stuff!

ambika said...

What fantastic, wonderful pictures. Love the colors, love your shoes and that plum is making me hungry.

Eggman Studios said...

Thank you, gals! I gotta admit, I've been eating plums every morning for the past week now while they're still in season. Yummy...

Rachel said...

oh my gosh... i had a mango yesterday (i know, so not fall fruit) but oh my GOSH!! SO good. I ate all but a few bites that I very kindly shared. and it was kind, because I wanted to eat it all. so i get the fresh fruit thing..mmmm...

Art Kitten said...

Delicious color scheme! I am also happy for fall, it is my favorite season although it is bittersweet because I know that cold and bitter winter is next (Wisconsin winters are too much for me!).

Eggman Studios said...

Oh gosh, yes. You guys get *the* winters, no doubt. I'm not so sure I could handle that ungodly amount of snow.