Although there are some wonderful things in view here, what I'm interested in are those buttons. Click on the picture and zoom in on them. They're left center. Beautiful, small, delicate probably silver, but don't quote me on that.
Another view of the night sky, lovely, but what I like about the assemblage seen here is that way those necklaces have arranged themselves so artistically. Oh, I know the necklaces didn't really arrange themselves, but I like to think that. More fun.
I love this print. There are about five of these in the shop right now, another one to be seen shortly. If I had a phone I could find out the name of the artist. Right now our house is phone less unless my husband has hidden one away upstairs. We have already lost one phone, which is OK I guess but to lose two? I'm thinking we needed to get a new set of phones anyway.
This is one of the other prints by this nameless artist. One clue. His work hung in the Nut Tree Restaurant on Interstate 80, which may shortly be resurrected--at least that's what I've heard. Let's hope. The Nut Tree was a sure stop on Route 80.
The Dollar Rack again is semi hiding behind the front counter, which is sporting a couple of flags. If you look carefully, bottom center you'll see a lamp sprawling flat, trying frantically to hide. I banished it and it's feelings are hurt.