By the fireplace Written by Felipe Zapata THE DRAWINGS in the frame were done by a 15-year-old girl. We bought them from her mama on the sidewalk. My wife often argues there’s no more space on the walls, but I always prove her mistaken. Sharing improves your attitude.SharePrintEmailLike this:Like Loading... 10 thoughts on “By the fireplace” Our walls are pretty much at capacity for new purchases of hanging or standing art. Still look, though, just in case. LikeLike Carole: Alas, our windows are so large — I did it without thinking it through — that our actual wall space is far less than it could have been. Oh, well. LikeLike Your walls call out for more. Mine call for less. LikeLike Señor Cotton: So you’re a minimalist, and I’m a maximalist. LikeLike Judging by the photos you’ve posted of your kitchen, you have a lot of tolerance for a lively visual field. Saludos, Kim G Redding, CA Where we are attempting, ever so slowly, to declutter mom’s house a bit. LikeLiked by 1 person Kim: You are quite correct. I like a lively visual field in many forms. It makes me happy. LikeLiked by 1 person Another feather will always make a bird more interesting. LikeLiked by 1 person Dave: That is, of course, how I look at it. LikeLike Very nice, but the thing that caught my attention is the dragon? head sculpture. That is so cool. Is it Aztec or Costco? (lol) Love that stuff. LikeLike Brian: Costco indeed. You’re a funny fellow. Dragon? Who knows? Let’s call it mythical and likely of Aztec design. I bought it in a small town about 10 miles from here. There’s an enormous business along the highway there that hand carves such stuff from cantera stone. Just about anything you can dream up can be found there. Great prices too. There’s an identical dragon on the other side of the fireplace. Twins. LikeLike Comments are closed.