"Fiction is the purest art. Commercial fiction is the butter, the darkest chocolate, and the finest malt. That's why we are so addicted to it."--Angie Brooksby-Arcangioli
Love the picture... here's to getting the decorating done!
Second coat on the trim and door jamb in the last room today. Then, moving furniture so I can paint a swatch on the accent wall in the next-to-last room.The drop cloths look like the Pollack in that photo!
I love this book and gave it to my mother as a birthday present. The following link has a nice feature on the photographer, as well as a video of Jordan Matter in action.http://petapixel.com/2013/10/22/behind-scenes-dancers-among-us-photographer-jordan-mater/
Here's the clickable link for KarinB's comment above.
What if you took a photograph of the best part of your drop cloth and made that the subject for a writing contest? Good luck with finishing the painting.
Thanks Lance! I'm contemplating turning the drop cloths into curtains.Either that, or a shroud!
I keep meaning to buy that for my wife. Maybe this year I'll get around to it.
I have the book. :) I find it fascinating, inspirational, and just plain fun.
I love this and it makes the perfect gift for a dancer friend of mine! One for her and one for me. Thanks for sharing!
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