Saturday, March 26, 2011

Mother Nature and Husband at work.


A small side patio and three of my husband’s pieces.



The Fig Tree is kicking in.



Sculptures by Giuseppe de Piero





Water Feature, Wisteria...




Just a few of my Bauer Pots
on one of my favorite things...
an old Train luggage Rack.






Lalique glass sculpture
“Femme de Mer"


Side garden with bathroom round window
(for you Maura)



Back Patio


Water Feature 

We had the most beautiful weather yesterday.  After the rains,
the sky clears up, we have white puffy clouds and I become
inspired to be outdoors and admire it all.  

18 comments:

Debra She Who Seeks said...

It looks so inviting! I'd love to sit in the sun in one of your Adirondack chairs.

oldgreymare said...

That back patio Shot! Holy Moly. Would I be happy siting there with a margarita.....or two :D

xx
z

YogaSavy said...

WOW beautiful.. would love to sit there and just be

PK Studios said...

Love your backyard and patio.... You're inspiring me to put more soul into ours! Nice to have your hubby's fun artwork. Enjoy the gorgeous weather ahead...thank goodness for sunshine!!!!!! woopeee! : )

miss*R said...

I have read through your few previous posts as I have been away.. and I love, love the vibrance of your home. that wisteria is absolutely divine.. the colours of your home are brilliant!
and yes, sometimes it is hard being an adult.. times like this, you need to go buy an icecream and dip your toes into the sea xoxo

Kath said...

Delightful! very atmospheric. I loved tha wisteria, it is stunning.

Fire Byrd said...

Yep, I can see all of us sitting in the yard chatting away drinking something cold putting the world to rights. Can I have a seat in the shade though cause my pale English skin doesn't do sun!
Lovely artistic space.

Cynthia Fox-Giddens said...

There was plenty of sunshine yesterday and the photos show it well. I like your colorful pots collection and the patio area is charming. A lovely post!

koralee said...

Everything is so pretty...I adore Bauer pottery...thanks for sharing...your collection is wonderful.

Happy new week to you. xoxo

Midwest to Midlands said...

I can see why you would want to be outside, so many pretty places to enjoy the nice weather.

kelro said...

Nice photos C!

Joanna Jenkins said...

Wow! Love that old train rack and the Bauer Pots. And I love the texture on your photos- Ie makes your husband's artwork and your gorgeous home look even better!
Cheers, jj

Rose ~Victorian Rose ~ said...

I too am married to an artist...it's fun working on projects together.
What a nice outside setting you have for your home.

Rose

Julie@beingRUBY said...

Hi Cynthia
Love that first shot of your side patio.. very inviting!! and your husbands sculptures are terrific.. and look fab out there in the terrace!! a clever duo!!

Hope you have a lovely weekend.. ciao xxx Julie

La Petite Gallery said...

Adore where you live.
Wisteria is my favorite, my ten year old plant
finally had a blossom last summer.
yvonne

Pam said...

Read this Cynthia and thought immediately how settled you must be, and how happy your home looked. It seems such warm and creative bliss.Then read the previous post about how you missed your home town and your memories of the sensations of the chilly water. You obviously love both environments. Thanks for sharing both - enjoyed the photos! I am both the city mouse AND the country mouse combined, so can relate.

urbandon (Don Pezzano) said...

What a beautiful spot.

La Petite Gallery said...

What a magic day to drive that gorgeous highway.
Your patio and the sun sound so good. Maine is getting warmer and spring should be here in a few weeks.I grew up with wisteria and had my first bloom on a ten year old bush, Good things come to those who wait,

yvonne

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