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 in The United States, we were locked down for one of the longest sustained periods in the States for close to three months. And longer for certain types of businesses. It was a time like […]

A Stroll Through Paris: Charles Marville at The MET

If you like Paris as much as I do, get yourself to The Metropolitan Museum of Art and visit ‘Iconic Photographs of 19th-Century Paris by Charles Marville,’ January 29-May 4, 2014. Recognized as one of the most talented photographers of the 19th Century, Marville, as official photographer of the city of Paris captures a Paris […]

Iris Abstraction

As Georgia O’Keeffe is noted saying, “Nobody sees a flower – really – it is so small it takes time – we haven’t time – and to see takes time, like to have a friend takes time.” Here’s a closer look at a purple Bearded Iris. Forgot how much I love these. The colors and […]

Some Old Some New

New York City brings all the inspiration. Here are a few of my favorite special moments in the city over the years… Hermes Madison Avenue Polux Fleuriste on Mott St. Photography Beth Horta for Sweet Sabelle.

Study in Three: Coral Charm Peony

A vase of Coral Charm Peonies transforms in three days from its salmony coral, then to a range of pinks, beige and finally alabaster. It is truly a sight of wonder to behold. Photography Beth Horta for Sweet Sabelle.