I'm aware that brief mentions of Providence's windows popped up in two recent posts but I couldn't pass by the freshly cut budding branches arranged in this un-upholstered French-style loveseat. It's just waiting for some beautiful fabric.
Coincidentally, I also spotted the hand-marbled pink Thai paper (try Dick Blick or Binders) tacked temporarily to the back of a secretary for added punch.
Photographer Lacey Terrell's special edition for 20 x 200 was released this afternoon.
As noted yesterday, the photograph is from her offSET series. To learn all about it, click here and then visit Lacey's artist page here.
Related resources: a past post with a great database suggested by Janet Blyberg, a detailed essay, and an antiquarian dealer, The Veatchs Arts of the Book, with rare titles on marbling and papermaking such as the 19th-century book, On Improvements in Marbling the Edges of Books and Paper, and James Sumner's The Mysterious Marbler.
[Last two images via The Veatchs Arts of the Book.]