For example, these promised sketches by the master from the Musée Bourdelle's magnificent show: Balenciaga, L'Oeuvre au Noir.
n earlier posts is rich with significant sculptures throughout; the sculptor/artist's studio is wonderfully evocative and the small garden in the back provides welcome respite from a busy city.
I loved the weathered wood in this herringboned floor in Bourdelle's studio (and, as you can see, I'm rather fond of my gold sneakers as well.. . )
here and here. But here's one last treat.
In the meantime, though, I love to hear from you. Are you paying attention to today's Eclipse? Here in Vancouver the skies are clear, and we're in the pathway of a 90% coverage. We didn't acquire the proper safety glasses nor, I think, did any of my younger beloveds. I have to admit that my primary concern about this marvellous historic event is that of an anxious mother/grandmother: I want to text all my kids and tell them to be sure not to get blinded and not to let my grands get blinded either! I know! A bit silly, right, and of course since they're grown kids and responsible parents, I'm haven't done that and will continue to restrain myself. But poor Pater, I'm going to be watching his eyes like a hawk . . . You? Eclipse-watching plans if you're anywhere near its pathway? Take care of your eyesight! ;-)