There's a translucent green bottle in the picture above but depending on the device you're using to view this, it's likely cropped from sight. Visible bottle or not, the random pile with Madeline Weinrib's Lucy velvet ikat, front and center in emerald, makes me think of Robert Falk's still life, below. Something about the luminous splashes of green and the Central Asian connection.
|[Robert Falk circa 1917]|
[Images via SCAD Museum of Art. Pictured is the Pamela Elaine Poetter Gallery, which follows the original rail platform that was once part of the Central of Georgia Railway complex, a National Historic Landmark.]
Speaking of palettes and light, former contributing editor of Architectural Digest, Jeffrey Simpson, will be at the SCAD Museum of Art on January 21 to present an evening lecture, Light and Color Throughout the Centuries. Admission is free.