Actually I was driving through Chipping Norton on my way to see an exhibition by my friend, Cleo Carruthers, when I saw out of the corner of my eye this weird and wonderful site. It's some sort of disused storefront filled the brim with wonderful goodies that I'd LOVE to get my hands on...if only I had a studio to house it in and weren't about to embark on an international move. Stupid life getting the way of cool stuff. Anyway, I was just intrigued by this image and my wonderful husband obliged me by turning around in busy traffic and stopping so I could get out and snap a pic.
I don't know if I'll ever do anything with these images, but I just can't resist sharing. And even if I can't get my greedy paws on these wonderful objets d'art, I have tucked the imagery away in my memory - I'm confident they'll resurface when the time is right and they'll be find new life in some sort of creative output down the line. In the meantime, enjoy the imagery for yourselves my lovely readers and let your imagination do with them what it will!
Erin Singleton is an artist currently living in the bucolic seaside town of Marblehead, Mass. She loves to explore her creativity in her studio and in the kitchen. She also loves to read, watch movies, spend time with friends and enjoy the great outdoors with her husband, Dave, and their daughter, Maisie.
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