22 October 2011

Perfect Autumn Days!

Autumn Display
With the changing of the seasons, the decor on top of the china cabinet has changed!  White pumpkins from the farm stand in California.  Oak leaves from the oak trees outside my apartment.  An Autumn themed oil painting and a fall leaves watercolor by me.

Halloween Mouse
For whimsey, a beeswax mouse on a small ironstone platter of seed corn and oak leaves!

Gamble Oak in October
The oak trees outside my apartment are glowing gold!  It fills the apartment with wonderful reflected light!

Changing Leaves
I love the mix of color on some of the branches.

Acorns and Oak Leaves
Especially when paired with deep brown acorns!

Golden Leaves and Acorns
I don't know what it is about acorns that I love so much.  I remember picking up pocketfuls as a child.  I still do!  There are so many this year!


Lee Albrecht said...

Hoje, tive tempo para apreciar... sonhar, viajar por mundos maravilhosos! parabéns pelo belo trabalho... feito com amor e na presença de Deus... Tenham uma linda semana!

shirley said...

autumn is such a nice time of year. I love the colours.

i have a new blog that you may with to check out, and have had to put it under another name....its a long story...

Laurie said...

Such pretty pictures, I too love autumn, one of my most favorite times of the year. Have a wonderful Sunday!

Suztats said...

Love autumn, and your display is wonderful!

Leslie said...

Your tabletop displays are always wonderful. This one is gorgeous and your little watercolor is great. Lovely tree pics. I love acorns, too. Not sure what it is about them...

Peggysuez said...

I used to pick up pockets full of acorns as well, they are fascinating although I also cannot tell why!

Rose Anne B said...

Ohhhh I just love your table top display and lovely watercolour you did! Yes I just LOVE fall too!

Anonymous said...

Such pretty vignettes, Lisa. You have such an artist's eye. I love oakleaves and acorns too.

Marty52 said...

Beautiful, Lisa, love that dresser top display. I love acorns, too... I find them fascinating. I used to keep a jar of them just so I could look at them. ;)


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