Using repurposed window frames and lumber, stained glass artist and jeweller Neile Cooper has created a tiny retreat in the woods that features dozens of her stained glass artworks. Glass Cabin looks like the perfect escape to recharge and even has a little working desk and couch. The New Jersey-based artist also sells unique…
via A Stained Glass Cabin in the Woods — TwistedSifter
Love this! Very creative, very colorful, and what appears to be such a peaceful setting.
Relief Circles by Louise Harris
I came across this art and met the artist, Louise Harris, at the “Fall into the Arts Festival” in Edina. I was first struck by the three-dimensional aspect of the artwork. I then learned they were made from recycled furnace filters. Talk about creativity and vision!
Can you see the undulating waves of the smaller circles over the larger circles in this piece? I loved both of these pieces when I saw them.
Here’s a sampling of her smaller works. Ms. Harris is producing unique, beautiful and green art; she‘s also donating profits to non-profit organizations around the world. For more information, visit her website:
lhoriginals.com – The artwork of Louise Harris
Edina Fall Into the Arts Festival – Sept 8-9, 2012
Photo of the Day – February 13, 2011
A beautifully created wooden carousel horse strikes an energetic pose in this window.
What’s in your house?
Do your possessions spark conversation, stir creativity, beget imagination, inspire you?
Are you a lover of antiques or must everything be new?
What sort of people are the owners of this carousel horse?
Photo of the Day: Sign and Vines
My cell phone camera created an interesting effect on this photo.
It was a bright, clear day and yet this photo is rather misty.
Some days bring fun and artistic surprises.