Tuesday, 1 June 2010

Flowers and Art








Log piles artistically arranged, little homes for creatures, sunny terraced gardens and an artist's studio to finish. The artist is Pat Rae. I loved her work and her home.

12 comments:

Rattling On said...

I love the wildlife hidey holes by the pond. I've been looking for ideas for how to make something like this and think I may nick the idea!!
Your Dad's bonsai trees are amazing. We had a go years ago, but they didn't thrive.

Janine said...

How fun and interesting...I would love to see this!

Linda Sue said...

OH I want to live at Pat's house!

Gabbi said...

Gorgeous house dear Sarah! I love Pat's work and pewter cat especially... !!

ADonald466 said...

Ooooh - I love to see peoples' studios - thank you for the photos! I wonder if I could persuade Malcolm to do a little articstic log pile in the garden? (probably not!!)

ps, your blog doesn't like my 'open ID' again!!

KindredSpirit said...

love the look of that! jealous of the studio!

Tracy said...

What GORGEOUS spaces, Pat has to live in and work... I LOVE it! :o) Thanks for taking us along, Sarah and links. Happy Day ((HUGS))

parallel-botany said...

I just love seeing artists' workspaces. Their clutter is always a cut above, isn't it just?

studio lolo said...

I love love love seeing other artist's spaces. It says so much about them.
What beautiful figure studies on the wall. And that cat! I love it.

The yard pics are wonderful too. A lovely area!

Bimbimbie said...

It's amazing the wildlife that finds a home or sun bathing spot amongst a few bricks, stones, pipe and wood. Just this week I noticed my wood pile had been used as a scratching, shedding of skin spot for a very large snake which I'm hoping has moved off, as it's log fire time here*!*

Relyn said...

Isn't it such a treat to see inside an artist's home and studio? It's like walking through their minds.

The Shopping Sherpa said...

I also love seeing inside people's studios. Thanks for the peek!