Dale Chihuly, the artist work created, "From Earth to Sky",the art work on the ceiling at The Bellagio
"Abide in me and I in you. As the branch cannot bear fruit by itself unless it abides in the vine neither can you unless you abide in me. I am the vine; you are the branches. Whoever abides in me and I in him he it is that bears much fruit for apart from me you can do nothing." - John 15:4-5 (ESV) The Lord wants nothing less than for us to abide in him - to remain to continue to walk with him daily. As the gardener prunes the branches growth can happen. Cutting back allowing God to shape us…
Shuji Oota. Link goes to amazing page on wood working by him. In Japanese but pix are splendid :)
Free Printable Monster Spray Label
Is your family experiencing a monster infestation? If your child is convinced that his room is full of monsters just waiting for the lights to go out each night, then help him get rid of those pesky monsters by spraying a couple squirts of this homemade monster spray (a.k.a. water and lavender essential oil) in the areas where the monster may be hiding. Voila! The room is monster free. Grab this free printable monster spray label for your child’s monster spray.
Luke Castellan. This is incredible. If anyone knows the artist or any other works by him/her, please send it my way!
Fantail Goldfish (carassius Auratus), Elevated View Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Don Farrall
Fantail Goldfish--another favorite animal. When I worked at a pet store, a woman came in crying because she had recently lost a beloved goldfish due to old age. She was ready for a new one. I swear a goldfish swam up to her like a dog when called! She bought him! She was a goldfish whisperer. Some people just have an affinity with other species. Amazing!
Hieronymus Bosch, c.1450 (Tudor era). This is a detail from Hell, one of my favorite works by him (then, I <3 his art). I never noticed this snail guy in it until today. Apropos for Hallowe'en :)
The Divine Comedy (Barnes & Noble Collectible Editions)
The Complete Tales and Poems of Edgar Allan Poe (Barnes & Noble Leatherbound Classics)