I've had this calendar from Foundbath (designed by Charlotte Trounce) starred in my inbox, waiting to be blogged about. It pretty much sums up my dreams every January, great way to keep them alive throughout the year!
The weather in Portland is more than miserable. I don't know if it's 10 AM or 10 PM. It's killing me! It's nice to scroll through Michelle Armas's site for some color. She's always been one of my favorite painters.
I stumbled across this photo yesterday after falling in love with a painting by Moses Soyer at the Portland Art Museum and I can't stop staring at it. The photo, taken by Larry Fink, includes a painting of ballerinas by Moses Soyer. It was taken in his painting studio around 1957. Read more about it here.
Being the flower nerd I am, I've long been a fan of the language of flowers. I used to make little message bouquets to give to people all the time. I was so very excited to see Brittany's fresh take on this Victorian tradition. Check out her full range of flower products over on Etsy. Thanks, Brittany!
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