I have stumbled upon a delious book
In Flagrante Collecto ( caught in the art of collecting)
If you are a collecter and love great text and photos this book is worth the search
Not only have i learned about the history of many objects but i have learned the art of display from marilynn
A lick of Paint
Black milk paint with oil top coating
on handcrafted salvaged pine wood
Made in New York in the Hudson Valley
A lick of paint is sometimes all you need to make a vessal a yacht
but most often it helps!
Handpainted Elco Hull by www.Urbanboatworks.com
An oak dovetailed chest of drawers – simple and purposeful-
St Barths has many intresting people. Dave is one of them. He designs le select’s t shirts. His studio is filled with dazzeling stuff. An adventure always.
My friend likes to cook. When he goes out sailing he cooks with coal. Sailing vessels built in the 1930’s carried coal stoves to keep warm and to cook. Back then people sailed into the winter. On our boat we have a tiny tot stove that was used to keep milk trucks warm. Our stove fits under a shelf and measures 3 by 2 feet.
Plaster cast girl with a heart carved into her eye
A painted and rubbed back bedside table