How did this all start? I went to see a show with a friend. We looked around the Museum and on our way out ... I looked up and froze in my tracks. The ceiling at the Robert and Arlene Kogod Courtyard is such a staple. The wave glass-and-steel roof appears to float over the courtyard and lets in natural light while protecting the visitors from the elements. I am big on textile designs telling stories of actual life experiences and believe this pattern reflects this idea perfectly. The moment of pause and awe; the moment of art stopping us in our busy lives and enriching our souls ...
Scarf - Ceiling (Black & White)
Remember that it’s good to look up. There is great beauty to be seen. And it’s good to have a camera nearby. Here is a scarf design based on a photo I snapped of the ceiling at the Smithsonian American Art Museum in Washington, D.C. A lovely architectural gem turned art for your neck.
Want to read the full story of my Photography Collection? It’s right here.
Crafted with much joy in the United States. Great for all seasons and occasions with a variety of styling options. RADOST scarves have been featured on Voice of America and at the Smithsonian American Art Museum in Washington, DC. Thank you for supporting a woman-owned small business.