Monday, March 24, 2014

daffodils and New Yorker cover

I was cleaning my desk when I discovered this copy of a 2008 New Yorker cover Louise Witherspoon had sent me. (Louise must have been cleaning her desk, too!) It's such a wonderful cover--lady standing on her front porch exalting in spring weather & flowers. It's cold in Virginia today, but it's also sunny, and the angle of light says spring. I propped the NewYorker cover up in the windowsill (on a clipboard) and used it as a prompt for an arrangement. The daffodils and hellebores are in a turquoise coffee cup, and the only constraint on this arrangement was trying to keep the exultant lady visible!  

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