Thursday, July 13, 2017

Tiny Garden Respite

Probably slapdash, below.  Yet fine tuned, inherent.  Barrel & half barrel collateral from their Vins & Liqueurs.  Even the colors echo from building to barrel.  Sited in equal asymmetry as the architecture, and function.  Finally, the trinity of pots/plants on the table, each a Charlie Brown Christmas tree, yet matched disparateness.

La rue des Ursins à l'angle de la rue des Chantres, Paris (IVe arr.), France, juillet 1914, (Autochrome, 9 x 12 cm), Stéphane Passet, Département des Hauts-de-Seine, musée Albert-Kahn, Archives de la Planète, A 13 657
Pic, above, here.

Adore how little the 'garden', how great its statement.
Furniture in-the-garden maximized to function, yet warm invitation to comfort & hospitality.  Table/chairs echoed just inside the door, repetition.  And those fonts.
A sliver between building and road, yet a respite from those worlds.
An odd affliction, adoring  little-giving-much.  Especially potent when it's woven into a livelihood.
Garden & Be Well,   XO T


Vickie H. said...

...a truly lovely little tableaux.....

Dewena said...

You've shown some gorgeous storefronts before, Tara, but I think I like this one best of all. And it's given me some ideas.