Owens bed

pavane for a dead princess

i can't put my finger on it.
but there's a connection.
what is it?

intro: themoment
top: been here sometime
middle: comfortofstyle
bottom: jak & jil


KEEHNAN said...

intersecting white lines

Anna said...

connecting threads.

Anonymous said...

Cerre, you are the connection--that's why this blog reflects your imagination

sl said...

Tonal similarities. Also they all reflect a solitude/coldness that kind of seems to connect them with an existential feel.
Makes me wonder if this is something only a photo can really capture in this way... don't think a painting can do it with the same subtlety.

carl said...

i would like to open strings and doors

Anonymous said...

delicate, feminine lines against solid, antique structures (and that color palette!!) = utterly elegant and quiet beauty.

thank you for your always-inspiring posts. xoxo.

carl auböck architekt said...

it also reminds me of paintings of
Vilhelm Hammershøi who took intricate care of the backs of things

Anonymous said...

marble > marble / blue > blue / open window > open back

Marcie said...

I like your blogs because they make me think. Your posts are very unconventional and interesting. This is so refreshing!


Janet said...

I can see it, but I can't explain it. It is just a feeling.

amy t. said...

color palette and the letter A

Unknown said...


Susie Green said...

Intersections of fragile whites.

This site is so beautiful.
Thank you

Kickcan & Conkers said...

Whites, greys,powderblue, black and a tinge of dusky pink.
The letter A
Laces and lines
Lovely connections.