Sunday, February 24, 2013

Light & Shadows


Here is another work room at Cosanti.  I love the way the sunlight makes nice straight lines that appear to be coming form the door.


This is the room at the far end of the room I pictured on the 22nd (scroll down to see it).  There are a combination of brass bells here and clay bells.  The clay bells are newer in the collection.  You can also see some clay pots and vases to go with them.  I love the red glass skylight here.

11 comments:

llandudnopictures said...

Perfect natural symmetry!

brattcat said...

this is such an amazing place. thank you for this series.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

I've enjoyed this series also Sharon, I like this view looking from the inside out.

Judy said...

Judging from your pictures, this must be an incredible place to visit.

Birdman said...

Must be even more enchanting when there is a breeze?

Lowell said...

This place intrigues me...seems almost like an artistic commune...I don't think I'd want to live there not having the same artistic tastes but it sure would be a fun place to visit. I like that red skylight, too.

Mary Helen-Art Saves Lives said...

Oh Sharon this place is magical...thank you for sharing your state's treasures. Have a great weekend! Peace, Mary Helen Fernandez Stewart

RedPat said...

This has been fabulous seeing your pics of this fascinating place, Sharon!

Randy said...

I'll take that large one!

Jack said...

That first photo is really intriguing. I didn't like the place the first day you showed it, but now I would like to see it in person to make up my mind.

JM said...

What an amazing place! I'm in awe at this series.