Sunday, January 30, 2011


During our Thanksgiving break I visited my sister in Dallas. My niece Shelby and I went to a local mall close by. It turned out to be one of the coolest malls I have ever visited. I would say that most people would have called it weird, dull or maybe way out but I loved the way they used art as the overall theme. I love art. My father has been a painter for as long as I can remember. My mother is a seamstress, dedicated to altering clothing and wedding dresses. So, I see objects from a lopsided point of view. I haven't always been this way but as I have gotten older, I am mesmerized by creation, whether it was a creation by God or by man. I just love things that sync but yet bring interest. So, while my niece was about shopping, I visited a Anthropologie store and spent a solid two hours just amazed at the art that was weaved in among their goodies for sale. So yesterday, I had a wedding gift to purchase so I knew right away what I wanted to buy for this soon to be bride. While shopping, I came across this dome shaped butter dish. It would be perfect for 1/2 stick of butter. I like to leave my butter in a butter dish but I find that a full stick stays out too long so a smaller dish one would be a great idea. So yesterday, Madison and I went to our local Anthropologie store and browsed around and bought a butter dish, { one for me :)} and one for the bride to be.

P.S. I bet you wouldn't believe it if I told you I took my camera with me.

The dark part is the ceiling and the light part is the wall. I placed my camera on the couch and shot up at the ceiling so that the photo had contrast.

The dressing room.

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