Tuesday, August 18, 2009

White Wednesday

White in the Past and Present

An old metal planter, still in vogue.
Old books without covers next to new white books. Taken at Red Tree in Baltimore.
Cherubs, a motif throughout art history.
Shells--natural history in our midst!
Any object can represent some aspect of history. Try looking at artifacts in this way and see what new perspectives are open to you.

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7 comments:

common ground said...

Love that metal, rusty, rose planter!!! Great angle on "white".
Debra

Rebecca said...

Good morning Jenny
Thanks for such a nice compliment on my wedding collection...yeah the phone hasn't stopped ringing lol
Love you whites today especially those great shells, I can't get enough of shells. Those look nice a old too...love it!
Blessings
Rebecca

C'est Moi, Julie Marie said...

Love your seashells... they look like you just gathered them this morning on an early morning stroll along the beach...

Sandy and Joe/rhubarb reign said...

Hi Jenny! Gotta love that white. Classic. Thanks for your nice comment on our blog; Joan's blog is great, isn't it? We are neighbors at several shows. Come see me again! xo

French Cupboard said...

Shells are a great White Wednesday item. And my favorite is the rusty planter! Thanks for sharing. Blessings... POlly

junkdreams said...

Love all your white finds.....I just joined in on the White Wednesday so look forward to sharing some of my fav. whites.
xojanis

Garden Antqs Vintage said...

Hi Jenny, thanks for stopping by and guessing what my surprise it. It won't be long before it's revealed. Have a great day, Theresa