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Positano Inspired GAIL TOMA Hibiscus Scarf Offered On Amazon

12.23.2014, Living in the Hamptons, by .
Positano Inspired Hand Rolled All Silk GAIL TOMA Hibiscus Scarf Offered on Amazon.com

Positano Inspired Hand Rolled All Silk GAIL TOMA Hibiscus Scarf Offered on Amazon.com

Gift for Gardeners - GAIL TOMA LTD. EDITION Hibisucs© Silk Hand Rolled and Printed All Silk Scarf

Gift for Gardeners – GAIL TOMA LTD. EDITION Hibisucs© Silk Hand Rolled and Printed All Silk Scarf

On a hilltop in Positano, stood a beautiful penthouse apartment with a garden overflowing in Hibiscus and Orange Trees.  We spent two weeks in this ancient apartment carved into a mountain overlooking the village of Positano, and the expansive view of the Amalfi Coast.

The Italians never cease to amaze me with their talents in building into rock, mountain and carving a winding staircase four flights up to this all glass front home.  Off the expansive living room and dining room was a trellised terrace tiled veranda adorned with an outdoor living room and dining room and yes, an all glass outdoor full bathroom with views of the Amalfi Coast.  From this hilltop location I spent hours painting views of the apartment including into windows of the amazing kitchen with a pizza oven, the large garden and of course the Amalfi Coast and living areas.

On this very porch, was where the GAIL TOMA Hibiscus Scarf was created.  It began as numerous sketches, then goauche paintings of individual hibiscus flowers then finally a select flower was set into a digital composition.

For a nice introduction to Positano, a great destination visit…

 

for more on GAIL TOMA visit http://paintingthehamptons.blogspot.com/2014/06/gail-toma-artist-in-our-midst.html

 

Pack lightly!  Wear a Hibiscus Scarf with  neutral monochromatic basics, black, white and denim and you accessorize!  Don’t forget your bathing suit and sunglasses.  Wear as a head band, head scarf, neck scarf, halter blouse or over the shoulder in the evening…You are set to go.

 

 

 

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