Do you remember Tasha Tudor?
Once upon a time, when I was a young mother, I became a devoted fan of the illustrious artist. She mesmerized me, as she captured in watercolor, the heart and soul of childhood, in all its whimsy, and sweet innocence.
Recently I took a trip along memory lane and revisited Ms. Tudor in the gorgeous book "Tasha Tudor's Garden." What a pure delight to catch a glimpse, once more, of this self-sufficient lady; to walk in her gardens and visit her rustic home through these pages.
Although Ms. Tudor did not live in the Victorian era, she felt and lived as though she did. Modern conveniences seemed to never interest her. Her lifestyle was legendary and still is--it was magical and spilled over into her many books, including "Corgiville Christmas", her award winning "Mother Goose" and "1 is One."
In "Tasha Tudor's Garden" the reader will find:
*A Garden Lost In Time"
*Flowers In Profusion"
*Daisy Garlands and Delphiniums
*Lilies and Berries to Spare
*Gathering the Harvest
*and much more
This book is filled with color photographs of the famous artist and her lifestyle. If you like the magic of the 1800s, you are certain to enjoy this beautiful book and an intimate visit with an exceptional lady, who actually lived between 1915-2008, but surely was from another period of time--the 1800s.