6 April 2017 – Oh, go ahead …
Play with the spaces.
I seek out Greg Payce’s Apparently every time I visit Toronto’s Gardiner Museum.
And no, not because these earthenware vessels are examples of “albarelli,” a pharmaceutical shape of the 16th century. (Though that is very good to know, isn’t it?)
Nope. I just want to stand there, playing with the spaces.
And giggling when I succeed.