Wie Sally als Künstlerin Bibliotheken sieht, faszinierte uns Buchfeen auf der Stelle. So freuten wir uns sehr über Sallys Reblog-Erlaubnis :-). Und wirkt es nicht befreiend, dass sie Zeitschriftenstapel einfach auf dem Boden liegen lässt?
Danke liebe Sally!
Herzliche Grüße von
Siri und Selma
We proudly presented Sally`s library. She is running the blog “Sally`s Lens and Pens”, a blog worthwhile visting. We Bookfayries liked her article that much that we had to reblog it. We were fascinated by a library in which magazines and other printed matter are important and even more fascinated by an artist`s view of book collections. And isn`t it a relieve reading about her piles of magazines just lying on the floor?
Dear Sally, thank you so much! We hope all our readers had as much fun reading this blog and looking at the pictures as we had.
Greetings to all our fans 😉
Siri and Selma
10 December 2012
Samples from my On-the-Shelf and Off-the-Shelf Printed Materials in my Personal Library
Let me know which you prefer and why.
In every room of my home is some space devoted to books (really, print materials that include magazines), which are part of a modest and eclectic collection. Books spill onto floors and rugs, rest on shelves, lean against windowsills, stack onto tables, atop desks, hide in corners, pile on chairs,…in singles, pairs and multiples. No matter how many times I thin their ranks, they still reproduce and remain stoically visible. And still my inherited DNA dictates a neat and tidy home.
Sometimes a section will have a theme: pop-up, flip, visual arts, literature, children’s, memoirs, history, nature, travel, cooking, health. Oh, and there is the expansion of my books on photography. These pockets of goodies also include books I’m currently reading as well as the…
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