“Temple of Small Wishes” touch the commonality of ordinary life. We often forget the pleasure derived from meeting our basic needs. We take them for granted. But as trivial as shaving, indoor plumbing or comfortable napping, it is the universal desires all humans share. For some, they are the luxury of obliviousness. For others, they are out of reach. Roberts neither comments nor criticizes. Here, she simply paints the joy and enshrines such happiness so we all can embrace.
The Philadelphia Antiques & Art Show is returning to The Navy Yard April 21-23. This long-standing and respected show which has experienced some struggles in recent years seems to have gained new footing. After a 2014 move to the Convention Center and a hiatus in 2015, the show returned to The Navy Yard last year. […]
Spring is a great time to go antiquing. And two things make it more fun: an interactive experience and heading out not knowing exactly what you are looking for. So head out and take in some history at America’s best antique markets. Scott Antique Markets (Atlanta) March 9-12: Scott Antique Markets Americas Favorite Treasure Hunts! […]