First Night Design | Romance in Stone #Chania


Romance in Stone [framed] © Sarah Vernon
Romance in Stone [framed] © Sarah Vernon

Never talk to a client about architecture. Talk to him about his children. That is simply good politics. He will not understand what you have to say about architecture most of the time. An architect of ability should be able to tell a client what he wants. Most of the time a client never knows what he wants. Ludwig Mies van der Rohe


Romance in Stone Postcard
Romance in Stone Postcard

This is one of my earliest efforts with textures and handwriting over a photograph of a street in Chania. I knew so much less about how to use Photoshop in those days but it still pleases me that it came out as it did. Another of those happy accidents.

Romance in Stone © Sarah Vernon
Romance in Stone © Sarah Vernon

Available at the following galleries:
Redbubble
Crated
Zazzle US
Zazzle UK
Fine Art America
Fine Art England
Saatchi Art

Take care and keep laughing!

Sarah

17 thoughts on “First Night Design | Romance in Stone #Chania

        1. I’m still trying to get back into it! I’ve mostly written for what I believe they now call Young Adults (YA). Once had a literary agent and came very close to being published (in the ’90s). I think you’ve read the four extracts from my memoir (check About page for the links) but with so much drama and trauma during the last twenty years, and desperately trying to earn a living with my art, I’ve found it almost impossible to get back to it. I want to update the story that came close as it was written before everyone had a personal computer!

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          1. I have indeed read your memoir selections Sarah and thought they were really excellent. Hope you do revive your ‘almost’ story, I shall look forward to it! I had a go at a little ghost story last b-night, quite like this very short story format! 🙂

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          2. Meant to ask Sarah, hope you don’t mind – doing a bit of research for my own things – whichdo you find goes best for your art sales, prints, cards, ipad covers? They all look very effective!

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