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VALENTINE'S DAY / COUNTDOWN WITH MADONNA / 7 DAYS

This is rock. This is roll. This is can't stop. This is won't stop. This is the Madonna. Its lavender. Its pink. Its insanity. Its our 80's. Its our girl. Its yours to "express yourself"     Truly, consider this our 1980's inspired love fest. If you are anything like us, then you too will have fun, wild, and hilarious memories of the 80's. Right?We have elevated this design to a far more modern and chic piece, making it a huge fan favorite on Instagram. All the people cannot stop talking about the Madonna.  Size: Approximately 24" tall x 28" wide Don't forget to order ahead online or call the shop at 602-840-4646. The Countdown clock is tick tock. We are very...

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The Monsoon: Flooding with Forgiveness

We crave the rush of the monsoon. We crave the rush of that last hot breath before its filled with drops from the sky. The desert can be rash and brash, but then the light and the clouds and the drops and the breeze and the wet asphalt changes it all and you forgive her. We forgive the desert after the rain and we should forgive ourselves while we are at it...

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China//Floral Play

While Teresa is away in China for 10 days, we thought we would honor some of the incredible Chinese artists painting what else, florals.   "Born Zhu Da, Bada Shanren was a direct descendant of a prince in Ming Dynasty. He was a child prodigy who started to create art and poetry in early childhood. The fall of Ming Dynasty led to Zhu Da becoming a Buddhist monk. After 40 years, he quit monastic life and became a professional painter. Zhu also took many pseudonyms. One of them is Bada Shanren, the name by which he is known today. Apart from being the leading painter of his time, Shanren was a complete eccentric and individualist. His paintings are known for...

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It's the Little Things.

Before the beautiful madness of the holidays, we like to focus as much as we can on the little things, the spaces in between. The subtleties, the light, the refraction, the one flower that is just a bit brighter, richer than the rest and perhaps the smallest bud. A new space and the newness of our collection is giving us so many opportunities to notice the little things. And with one of our own on her way down the aisle with her beloved this weekend, its really the details, the little things we are loving.  Come in and enjoy the little things. The texture, the smell, the taste of chocolate, the littlest bouquet. Come for the spot of art, come...

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