Quills Coffee is hands down the best coffee shop in Louisville. I had their seasonal Maple Spice Latte, and it was not overpowered by sugar; a nice balance between sweet with the flavor of coffee. Plus it's a really great atmosphere to work in. A nice industrial vibe with rustic wood and metal furniture.
Black and Gold Latte
Ie. a delicious tumeric & vanilla spice latte from Safai Coffee. I always have my mug ready to try out some new drinks while traveling to new cities like Louisville, Ky.
I hope you celebrated National Coffee Day September 29th!
I celebrated by bringing my handmade mugs over to Stone Creek Coffee for National Coffee Day, September 29th!
Stone Creek Coffee makes my favorite coffee bean...Creme City. I now have my beans to make delicious coffee at home with a discount on National Coffee Day. Bonus of a free latte that came with each bag of beans.
Keep on drinking that yummy coffee and enjoy the small moments in life!
Fill a wood fired vase with Mums!
Time to bring out the earth tones and warm colors for fall!
The warm shades of brown to yellow to red of my wood fire vases pair beautifully with a reddish earth-toned flowers for a fall bouquet. No flowers says fall better than mums. They are such a beautiful hardy flower that bloom in the fall.
To complete the look of the bouquet and I added diversity to the texture and color with mini carnations and one statement flower...a Dahlia of course.
Now make a hot cup of tea and enjoy the change of colors outdoors from green to warm colors.
"I’m a retired commercial interior designer. After discovering the local community art center in 2002, making pottery has been a huge part of my life, artistically and socially."
Do you collect handmade pottery?
"My home is filled with a mix of my own pottery, and pieces I’ve bought over the past 20 years."
Why do you buy handmade pottery?
"I love that it’s functional art and I get to enjoy it and use it every day."
How did you acquire a Lisa York piece of pottery?
"In August 2019 Lisa York held a soda workshop at the Community Art Center in Wallingford, PA, where I purchased three of her bud vases."
What’s your favorite part about the Lisa York piece of pottery you own?
"They’re not round! She changes symmetrical pots into ones that are lively, and full of movement by her altering/carving, and glazing techniques."
Pictures of trail, intersections, and overlook below.
Hi, I'm Lisa the artist and creator of this content.
Here on my blog I share behind the scenes, events, and activities related to my art.