Recently I stopped in a Habitat for Humanity ReStore, just to browse. Along the way I found my October art-a-month!
It's a colorful photograph taken in Joshua Tree National Park during what looks like a phenomenal wildflower season. It was being held captive in a sad metallic frame and was marked at $6. Sold!
I put it into a black IKEA frame that I already had and it seems to have found a home on our great room sideboard, where it adds a pop of color.
Now I'm wondering if the wildflowers are always this amazing in Joshua Tree or if this was taken during a particularly amazing year for wildflowers, do you know? I'll have to make a trip out there in the spring to see it if this is a yearly occurence!