New England Morning

25.10.2013 § Leave a comment

I flew in to New York City by noon on Tuesday for ACT’s annual conference, which lasted til five, then went to a business dinner, and got up early the second morning for more ACT meetings til three when I immediately caught a train to Providence, RI. It was a hectic two days.

The second morning when I got up, it was already dawn, and as I looked out the window, the water and fall scenery drew me in and brought instant serenity to my mind. Seeing the quiet bay and horizontal road dotted with red foliage and a tall chimney, I said to myself, “Ah, this is New England.” A native New Englander might not have recognized why this was so New England, but as an outsider, I could pick up on the subtle, yet distinct differences that made this scenery unique.

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Maple Key Design

19.10.2012 § Leave a comment

I designed a maple key pattern about ten years ago, but it was not successful as a fabric and I never introduced it. I am making the attempt again and making some studies. Maybe it will become a Brentano fabric design one day.

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Maple and Koi

28.04.2011 § Leave a comment

Remembering “Maple Fall”
Last autumn was long.  Usually Chicago has about two weeks of spring or fall before summer or winter starts.  Last autumn was long enough for the maple leaves to turn brilliantly red.  I planted a few maple trees in my yard years ago but failed; they turn yellow instead of red.   Luckily, there are some beautiful maple trees in my neighborhood to enjoy.  I used to stop and stare at the luminous orange leaves for a long time in the alley on my way home.   « Read the rest of this entry »

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