I wear black . . . almost every day . . . and night. I think it
became my color of choice during my “theatre” years. Black clothing was
extremely versatile, whether I was on a ladder addressing a production issue or
attending a donor event-- two situations that could occur within minutes of
My current wardrobe is beginning to include a bit of gray. I may
have mentioned before, my husband refers to it as “light black”.
Gray and black are beginning to appear in my home and creative
work as well. These are some simple pieces I made with copies of the French
documents I recently purchased, Finchley Paper Arts images, and some bits and
pieces I’ve collected over the years. Perhaps it’s my own black and white “Ode
to Spring”. At first it seemed odd, utilizing this palette for such a dazzling
season, but today, it seems particularly suitable, as the dark rainy skies appear
to nourish the vivid spring blooms.