An entire ‘accidental garden’ has sprung up underneath my raspberry plant on the roof terrace, with mosses in intriguing shapes and forms.
The painting on the left I gave myself as a present at the end of December. The title is City Lights, and I like the explosion of color, and patterning in rectangles and triangles. It’s made by Hungarian artist Pető Csenge, and I bought it from her directly. It was unframed and to get it framed I had to wait for the framer to be open again after the lifting of some of the lock down measures. A little over a week ago I went and selected a dark blue frame, and picked the framed painting up last Saturday. It now hangs on my home office wall, and I like the result, also in combination with the photo next to it, that echoes the color scheme and division in different squares.
We You Too, as in ‘we miss you too’, a text concerning the lock down on the front door of the restaurant belonging to one of my favourite local watering holes ‘Van Zanten‘.