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Even the period moldings around the foot ceilings are traced with gold leaf. Terra cotta tile in an autumn russet shade gives the family room the feeling of fall and it coordinates well with built in wood cabinetry.
A bedroom, currently used as a den, has a majestic red chair beside a pair of built-in bookcases, just the place to catch up on reading during long fall evenings. Outdoors, the private patio is enclosed by a red brick wall, making it a charming spot to enjoy a warming beverage and friendly conversation. The rosy color is repeated in two upholstered love seats that enhance the comfort of the space. A stunning en-suite marble bath revels in soft autumn beige on the floor and soaking tub surround.
Golden brass hardware augments the dual sinks and cabinet doors. It sits close to a network of riding trails at Bradley Palmer State Park, and the property includes a stable with five stalls and a tack room. The land undulates gently here, and the surrounding trees are already mellowing into shades of fall.
A pond on the property reflects their colors. A red Japanese maple tree stands beside the organically-shaped swimming pool, adding a bit of color, and there is a large pool house right past it. Swimming is probably a rarity in the fall, but panoramic views flow inside, through the ample windows of the exquisitely updated 18th century house. The big living room invites family members to get comfy on the couch and enjoy the views.
Thanksgiving dinners held at the long table in front of the fireplace could only be delicious. An appealing cherry kitchen is the heart of this home.
Wood beams give it a rustic look, and one wall holds a big fireplace. But the shining island and long countertop tell you that this is a modern kitchen. A wood-paneled office sports red draperies, patterned with autumn leaf silhouettes, and it looks like a great place to get work done.
However, a colorful life in this rural suburban town does not preclude working at a job in Boston, because the Hamilton-Wenham commuter rail stop is not too far away.
This warm, foamy delight is offered on the first snowfall that sticks! This drink can be enjoyed at: One by one, each illuminated piece recalls a story of its past; some were bestowed as gifts to far away dignitaries, and some were commissioned for churches or castles.
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And, yet, some of the paintings are new; commissioned by her and created by the illuminating lights of her generation: One of whom, John Singer Sargent, is surely still sleeping in the apartment downstairs.
She has invited him to spend time within the walls of this new building; a building built at her behest; a building inspired by the Palazzo Barbaro in Venice. As she rises, she remembers the sun illuminating the Italianate architecture in a creeping blush of morning light.
Sargent would be the first artist in residence, decades before the program was formalized. In the aftermath, a French conceptual artist by the name of Sophie Calle felt the need to create a visual remembrance of what was lost. Calle was granted intimate access to the museum where she took photographs and interviewed curators, conservators, guards, and visitors.
This presents its own challenge: The flowers listed there are fragile and simple. Humanity has seen in them the illustrations of popular stories; they are our primary images. He traced flowers in the collection. Coincidentally, the galleries are the rooms where Sargent and others once slept.
The meaning of peonies has changed over time, though the flower itself has remained the same. Since its inception, three directors have shepherded the program and 94 artists have participated. I spoke to Pieranna Cavalchini, who has run the program since Some works happen immediately and some take time. Some have asked to be introduced to scientists studying at MIT.
What Cavalchini 20 The Collection Fall described sounds like a brilliant collaboration between the artist and the Gardner Museum. Sears, and then photograph the spaces within the Museum. In it she published extended excerpts of the letters between Gardner and the architect. There is something exciting about a minimalist interpreting an Italianate building. It was clearly a modern take on a historic structure.
That small shift in my perception changed my view of Mrs. Gardner from benefactor to creator. In my mind, her Museum became a dream realized. She interprets them as light and shadow; flat and curved shapes. It makes one think that both Gardner and Sears would approve. In many ways, the building itself is a work of art — yet, another commissioned by Gardner. She worked closely with Sears in to create an inside-out version of the Palazzo Barbaro in Venice, where she had stayed.
The facade that faces the canal in Venice is replicated as the interior facade of the Gardner, surrounding the courtyard. As I spoke with Cavalchini, I asked a terribly naive question: Gardner to the arts? Why spend so much time, money and effort in support of artists? I imagined the works curated by Gardner and the works she commissioned. Many of the items within it are centuries old. Mexican-born Laura Anderson Barbata was the Artist in Residence as the conservators were rebuilding year old textiles for the walls of the Rafael Room.
They were worn by stilt-walkers for an outdoor festival hosted by the Gardner in August. Museum through the new work. I believe this was very much part of it. The Artist in Residence program allows the interpretation of the collection to change over time, while the collection remains untouched.
And both are blooming beautifully.
By bringing stilt-walkers into the streets, they are inviting visitors to come inside. Artists are invited to create a new interpretation of the fixed collection. That interpretation travels the world, as does the artist. Its contents take us across the globe, to a Scandinavian practice. Here, within the highly desirable neighborhood of Avon Hill in Cambridge, internationally noted Icelandic architect, Bjorn Skaptason, has innovatively re-imagined this 19th-century classic as a work of art—a haven for modern living.Wedding @ Puddingstone Resort San Dimas, CA
Within them, a feeling of transport evokes. A staple of a culture sinks in. Featured in many design publications, reflecting values of naturalism, simplicity and creativity placed on daily life in Icelandic culture, the home creates a contemporary oasis with an interplay of space and light, emphasizing clean lines and monochromatic tones grounded by walnut and granite floors.
It is believed by those on the distant green island that through this structural concept, the natural outside world can seep through, become absorbed and provoke, seamlessly. Become inspired by the ways that this architectural feat continues to strike awe and delight, by following the journey taken within it by Jennifer Freedson, co-owner and contributing chef of Chive Catering-a local business driven to curate memorable events rooted from culinary intent.
Jen caught a glimpse of the kitchen as she viewed the property online before visiting as a guest-chef this past October. But, she was surprised once inside the modern marvel— there was something about that sense of warmth she felt.
Last year, Tweetsie Railroad celebrated their 60th anniversary on the Fourth of July, so there was huge celebration in addition to the fireworks. They have a VIP viewing area and dinner available for purchase as well. Crossnore Parade at 4: On July 4, the small town of Crossnore will host a big event: The parade is at 4 p.
The fire department will be selling hamburgers and hotdogs, and other goodies will be sold for fundraising by local churches, boy scouts, and community groups. The watermelon, however, is free, and there will be a street dance at around 7 p.
At nightfall, the firemen put on a dazzling fireworks display Todd Parade at The Todd Liberty Parade is an absolutely sensational event, year after year. It was like watching a walking theatre performance, and was similar in style to the famous May Day parade in Minneapolis, MN.
The parade this year is July 4th at 11 a. Sugar Mountain Festivities Begin at 6: The fireworks begin at 9 p. The lift rides are open from 10 a.
Up here, we leave the tweets to the birds Come Discover Eagles Nest: High Country living the way you want it. There is no better place to experience all the natural beauty and variety of the Western North Carolina High Country than right here. With one of the highest elevations in the area — and just 3 miles from the charming downtown of Banner Elk—Eagles Nest is a haven for year-round outdoor activity, catering to every age and interest.
Call or visit DiscoverEaglesNest. However, none so far include a little something from every genre of culture. At least, not until An Appalachian Summer Festival returns this summer!
Begun inthis diverse mix was created as a way to educate the people of the High Country—both visitor and local—about our intricate and eclectic culture.
An Appalachian Summer Festival is celebrating its 34th season.
A rich variety of educational opportunities is part of the festival schedule each summer, including exhibitions, lectures, tours, workshops, student internships and employment opportunities for young people seeking experience in arts presenting. Kristin Chenoweth July NC Black Repertory Company: The Hot Sardines July 5: Broyhill Chamber Ensemble July