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It was a very interesting hunt this week. I actually had most of the items around the house. Here we go.
The Small Things
The youngest grand daughter brought this seedling home from school in November. Since we live on the edge of the woods, her parents suggested that she bring it to our house to plant. The weather was turning cold and winter was on it's way, so we decided to nurture it through the winter and plant it this spring. In a few weeks, the grand daughter will come out for a visit and we will plant this little tree in it's new home.
I did this illustration in 1965. It was an assignment in my first design class, in the college of Architecture, at Oklahoma State University. I did not get a passing grade, but I eventually got my degree and made a career in architecture. This year I will retire from the profession.
I don't know of anything that says Valentine like these little candy hearts. I think they have been around forever. I can remember getting them in elementary school, and that has been a l-o-o-o-o-n-n-g time ago.
Obviously I consider architecture an art form. This happens to be Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, in Bentonville, AR. That means this is a work of art that houses other works of art. See how that works.
I honestly don't know of any form of art more beautiful than stained glass. During the day the sun strikes the glass and fills the interior space with light and color. At night, interior lights strike the glass and provide a work of art for all, who pass by, to enjoy.
Have a blessed Sunday. See you next week.