Instead of the usual three Friday projects, this week, we have four. The reason is that once I got started, there was some extra momentum to use up. I like when that happens. I fired up some Mozart on the stereo then washed and polished some glassware. Then I went with the flow.
A very heavy red glass urn, possibly Viking Glass, is the base for a traditional variety arrangement of small blooms. They visually offset the dark, weighty container.
I enjoy using the double-orange bowl for various projects. This week, orange poppies seemed like an indulgent, intuitive choice.
Another red glass urn is physically heavier than the first container. It provides refuge for a succulent and two cacti.
After photographing the first three projects and wiping down the work table, I got the urge to do something with the cocktail glass vase. A scattering of orange flowers decorate lively greenery. The arrangement provides happy closure to the floral session.
The Blue Jay of Happiness quotes multi-media performance artist, Yoko Ono. “Controversy is part of the nature of art and creativity.”
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