Monday, August 13, 2012

Revisiting the past.

My husband, Matte came across these photos today, they were taken in 2005 by our friend and photographer, Jason Hamric.  A good reminder that I need to keep my sense of fun !

Matte in a bunny head, me seated with Krasner (just a kitten here!) in my lap.


Another pose, with large cup of coffee and a ukelele that I never learned to play.


Running!  There are a few more from this day, if I can locate them, I'll add them later.

11 comments:

sheila said...

Harvey!!! you two are fantastic and hilarious

Lisa Graham Art said...

I can't tell you how happy I am that I did not miss this post!!!!! You both are awesome!!!

Is that your house? If it is, the style of it does not surprise me one bit from what I have seen of your fun art work with it's retro look. Wonderful!!!

vivienne strauss said...

Thank you Sheila & Lisa! This is from 2005 when we lived in Birmingham, AL. From there we went to Portland, Oregon for a few years, then to NY state for less than a year and now finally permanently settled in New Hampshire :)

artslice said...

So fun and quirky. That dress is so cute... wish I had your teeny tiny waist!

vivienne strauss said...

Thank you Brenda! My waist is at least 3 inches thicker now, that dress got passed along, tired of feeling tortured :)

Mandy Behrens said...

What a delight to see before calling it a night! LOVE your senses of style and whimsy. xo Cheers, Mandy

samantha ramage said...

LOVE! your tiny bangs are so cute, and these pictures remind me of your paintings!

xo
sami

vivienne strauss said...

thank you both, Brandy & Sami!

Lari Washburn said...

I have to know! What was the occasion of these photos? Anything special or just another day for you guys? I love how natural they are, despite the hilarity. Thanks for visiting my blog and leaving a comment on the bookstore post, too.

vivienne strauss said...

Thank you for commenting Lari! They were for a window displays when we lived in Birmingham, AL in 2005. A lot of downtown spaces were allowing artists to do all sorts of fun exhibits in empty storefronts.

e.f. bartlam said...

Just what I needed on a particularly mind numbing Friday afternoon in the office.

Haha