I walked over to the Madison Market with Girl Chris to pick up lunch today. We put some curried tofu and sesame/garlic spinach in the shopping basket. Madison Marrket: 7 a.m. to midnight daily, 1600 East Madison (Capitol Hill).
David and Ron left for Haystack, Maine on Friday and are enjoying the first full day of classes there today. We here at Head Quarters wish them a great two weeks of hard work and fun.
With David and Ron gone, let’s just look at a few still life compositions about the house:
Before David and Ron left we all enjoyed an evening at the re-opening of the Bellevue Arts Museum. There were “BAMtinis” being served in the lobby and an amazing Albert Paley structure took center stage on the main floor. From BAM’s website: ” Albert Paley has single-handedly revived forged iron as an art form, creating a body of work that ranges from body adornment to domestic furnishings and monumental public sculptures.” Yup! My date was Leslie Campbell, with permission from her husband Peter, who was dressed in art collector black as she showcased her beautiful Ramona Solberg neckpiece. We saw many of Ramona’s pieces that night as it was a way to honor her passing that Monday. From the Seattle PI: “Ramona Solberg, 1921-2005: The grandmother of Northwest found-art jewelry”. Bon voyage, Ramona.