Spring time is a beautiful time, a time of fresh growth and exuberant color and blue skies and warm days interspersed with cool breezes.
The artwork, Blossom celebrates the sights and sounds and aromas of spring, as a young woman breathes in the heady aroma of the blossoms around her. Like the landscape she inhabits, she celebrates the colorful world of nature and outdoors.
Wouldn’t it be lovely if, indoors in our homes, we celebrated this same joy of color and life? Some people do, and their homes are filled with meaningful treasures, artwork, and memorabilia that give them pleasure, the same pleasure that the woman in Blossom finds in nature’s decorations.
Other people, however, are unwitting slaves to a home décor industry that pushes and pulls them about, telling them one season that neutrals are best, and white is the color that rich people, or down home country people (depending upon which TV show people are watching) have in their homes – and You Should, Too. These sa...