As the azaleas pass, so emerges the miniature Korean lilac. This little tree was a rescue when we bought our house. Squished up against a corner of the house, it demanded change. I’ve never regretted making it the garden centerpiece. She blooms so heavy it’s time to prune her this fall because her branches are struggling to sustain themselves. Go girl!
Parrot tulips are a tulip favorite for design purposes. I look for strength of character in a flower. This one? Gobs of character.
Florida- Hot off the Press
Meet some new fabric I’ve just started printing. It’s an all cotton lightweight gauze. It is lovely -a little heavier than the chiffon but awfully cool. I’ve run three hot blue designs to show it off. Here’s one called The Blues.
AND, I still have some on hand. See all our in-stock scarves here.
What do you think? Due to my hand surgery I haven’t prepared photos for the scarf pages yet but know, I have three printed and more will be ready to sell in February.
And, never fear! Visions of new designs are dancing in my head as I plot returning to the Computer and of course, a soon- to -emerge, spring growing season. Hope all your good visions come true!
Our scarves and pillows begin in the garden. I capture their growing cycle with a digital Nikon which offers limitless options for their use in my artwork. We currently have a line of gorgeous all cotton sateen pillows in stock. I ship direct anywhere in the United States. Our chiffon made-to-order scarves have enjoyed rapid sales starting Spring 2018. And, this fall, the new infinity scarves. You can order by text or email me direct.
Mary (Maria Paola)
Artist & CEO, Paola Prints