Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Inspired.

This is a funky little bottle tree in our front yard. There are three more of them spread throughout the property, and a bevy of little sculptures, ceramic figurines, wire art, etc. They are tucked away in nooks and crannies....obvious yet hidden at the same time.

I feel a completely new sense of inspiration living here. I am surrounded by nature, yet so close to the city. It just feels like a new world has opened up to me. And I could not be more excited.

7 comments:

Nancy said...

Wow...that's really cool that someone that used to live in your new house took the time to create art on the property. I've said it before and I'll say it again, I'm SOOO jealous of you! I was hoping that with our move to GA we would get much of the same- a yard, a bit of country life, etc, but now we're stuck in Baltimore for a bit longer. I'm starting to like the city a bit, BUT I'm a country girl by heart.

Also, wanted to say, thank you for all of your comments! It's great catching up- I know you're oober busy so it means a lot to sign into blogger and see that you've read so many of my posts! Take care and enjoy!

blueviolet said...

That was there when you got there?

Abby said...

And I'm excited for you!! I know that being surrounded by all that nature and beauty that you're sure to come up with more and more gorgeous items to add to your shop. :) Glad you're settling in there, and loving where you are living. That's so important!! Hugs to my favorite blogger!
Abby

Tammy said...

I love this bottle tree. What a great idea. It sure does seem like a wonderful place you found to live.

Fisher and Staff said...

I love your art - what great talent you have.

BeadedTail said...

I'm so glad you are enjoying Austin so much! I can hear your smile in your words! Hope you have a great time in San Antonio too!

Alicia said...

I am totally making one of those. That is awesome!