A Seat at the Table: Thanksgiving 2020

A Seat at the Table: Thanksgiving 2020

I'm a little late to get a Thanksgiving post out but as it's still Thanksgiving weekend here in the states, ...
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Brighter Days with Fig & Squill Floral Design

Brighter Days with Fig & Squill Floral Design

As we round our third gray and rainy day on the east coast, an early morning chat with dear friend ...
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Autumn Golden Hour at Wave Hill

Autumn Golden Hour at Wave Hill

LOST Stand Still. The trees ahead and bushes beside you Are not lost. Wherever you are is called Here, And ...
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The Artwork of Charles Masson at KRB NYC

The Artwork of Charles Masson at KRB NYC

Here's a bright spot for a spell of rainy and cool days just before Halloween. One of my first visits ...
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Jacob Lawrence: The American Struggle at The MET

Jacob Lawrence: The American Struggle at The MET

"The paintings which I propose to do will depict the struggle of a people to create a nation and their ...
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Paint Therapy: John Singer Sargent at The MET

Paint Therapy: John Singer Sargent at The MET

As we transition into fall and continue our best practices for safety and health with the raging coronavirus pandemic, I ...
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'Up Up and Away!' TWA Hotel at JFK

‘Up Up and Away!’ TWA Hotel at JFK

Perhaps it's my childhood of 1970's suburban Washington, D.C., as well as my fondness for organic forms in art and ...
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The MET's Reopening

The MET’s Reopening

While our collective burdens grow heavier nearly by the day, there was one bright spot this past week. I was ...
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Hilma af Klint: 'Paintings for the Future' at the Guggenheim

Hilma af Klint: ‘Paintings for the Future’ at the Guggenheim

As New York City continues its process of opening back up (The Metropolitan Museum of Art opens August 29, 2020), ...
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Francois Halard at Home, Arles: 56 Days in Arles

Francois Halard at Home, Arles: 56 Days in Arles

The world has pretty much opened back up. Living in Queens New York, an early epicenter of the coronavirus pandemic ...
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DREAM TOGETHER: Yoko Ono at The MET

DREAM TOGETHER: Yoko Ono at The MET

The Metropolitan Museum of Art unveiled Yoko Ono's message of Hope to New Yorkers and the world in anticipation of ...
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Blue Skies: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Blue Skies: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

In August 2015 we traveled to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil to pick up our daughter who had been staying with ...
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Miami Heat: Vizcaya Museum and Gardens

Miami Heat: Vizcaya Museum and Gardens

For years I have been wanting to visit Vizcaya Museum and Gardens in Miami, Florida. An unexpected eight-hour layover left ...
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One Morning in France

One Morning in France

I have been fortunate to have been called to travel for work in the last few months. I am always ...
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Frida Kahlo: Art, Garden, Life at The New York Botanical Garden

Frida Kahlo: Art, Garden, Life at The New York Botanical Garden

If you are in the New York area through November 1st, don't miss the Frida Kahlo exhibit at the New ...
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A Seat at the Table: Thanksgiving 2020

A Seat at the Table: Thanksgiving 2020

I'm a little late to get a Thanksgiving post out but as it's still Thanksgiving weekend here in the states, ...
Read More
Brighter Days with Fig & Squill Floral Design

Brighter Days with Fig & Squill Floral Design

As we round our third gray and rainy day on the east coast, an early morning chat with dear friend ...
Read More
Autumn Golden Hour at Wave Hill

Autumn Golden Hour at Wave Hill

LOST Stand Still. The trees ahead and bushes beside you Are not lost. Wherever you are is called Here, And ...
Read More
The Artwork of Charles Masson at KRB NYC

The Artwork of Charles Masson at KRB NYC

Here's a bright spot for a spell of rainy and cool days just before Halloween. One of my first visits ...
Read More
Jacob Lawrence: The American Struggle at The MET

Jacob Lawrence: The American Struggle at The MET

"The paintings which I propose to do will depict the struggle of a people to create a nation and their ...
Read More
Paint Therapy: John Singer Sargent at The MET

Paint Therapy: John Singer Sargent at The MET

As we transition into fall and continue our best practices for safety and health with the raging coronavirus pandemic, I ...
Read More
'Up Up and Away!' TWA Hotel at JFK

‘Up Up and Away!’ TWA Hotel at JFK

Perhaps it's my childhood of 1970's suburban Washington, D.C., as well as my fondness for organic forms in art and ...
Read More
The MET's Reopening

The MET’s Reopening

While our collective burdens grow heavier nearly by the day, there was one bright spot this past week. I was ...
Read More
Hilma af Klint: 'Paintings for the Future' at the Guggenheim

Hilma af Klint: ‘Paintings for the Future’ at the Guggenheim

As New York City continues its process of opening back up (The Metropolitan Museum of Art opens August 29, 2020), ...
Read More
Francois Halard at Home, Arles: 56 Days in Arles

Francois Halard at Home, Arles: 56 Days in Arles

The world has pretty much opened back up. Living in Queens New York, an early epicenter of the coronavirus pandemic ...
Read More
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Sweet Sabelle was founded in 2012 when my daughter was just nearing kindergarten. As a working florist with an art degree from Arizona State University and an Associates Degree from The New York School of Interior Design, the artistic and cultural riches that are daily discoveries in my home of New York City beckoned me to take a closer look.

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