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February 23, 2011


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Donna Watson

Amazing how you can wander around your home and find such beautiful images- your home looks so warm and inviting even on a cold winter day.. thanks for the book tips too.

Gallery Juana

Thank you for stopping by my blog.
Your blog is a treat for the eyes. Such warmth and wonder in your photography.


the warm sunlight in your home is surely making winter want to sit in and have a cup of tea with you. Yesterday i opened the house up to warm wind off the river, so nice, but then it gets chilly again. soon!

was here the other day but carried off to k dunn's web site looking looking, and i used to read her wonderful blog way back.

The Adventurous Art Teacher

Pam's book looks great, I recently took her free workshop offered though Strathmore online workshops. Very fun.


It won't be too much longer. Hang in there just a bit more. Lovely photos and such interesting books. I had heard about "Art at The Speed of Life" book, but hadn't seen it. Looks good. You'll get Spring before we do.


Hello Roxanne,
Those boots! They are SO you!!
The books sound fab. Really like both of the covers too! Also, the photo with the handbag and paintbrushes is very nice.
Stay warm and creative~~~



It is still winter in NYC too but I have to say this post is definitely filled with a lot of warmth. Wonderful pictures and such a beautiful home.

Robyn Gordon

Books and cold weather go well together. I've been thinking about getting Creative Illustration Workshop (also thanks to Lynne). Your photos make your home look warm and inviting even though the weather is chilly.


I hadn't heard of Pam's book yet; thanks for pointing it out. It sounds like you're making the best of your lousy weather by really enjoying your home. Your photos give a real sense of your style.

Julie Shackson

Lovely post and such beautiful images, thank you!

Cris, Artist in Oregon

Yes winter has come back where I am in Oregon too. Supposed to snow soon here. All the plum trees in town are starting to flower. I hope they dont get ruined. The valley is gorgeous in Spring here with all the pinks and reds. Speaking of red I LOVE those red boxes with the flowers on them. Did you do them? Lovely post. You take some wonderful photos. Interesting books here too. Keep warm.

caterina giglio

yes the return of winter is bitter, just looking around for warmth too! beautiful post Roxanne, and I love your new header! xx's


I'm ready to jump into your boots... though its relatively warm here this week. Cold nights, warmish days, melting snow. LOTS of melting snow. Sounds like good reading material for your inspiration. Happy creating!

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