|Window onto Winter IV K Howell 2011 Available at Water Street Gallery|
Interesting phenomenon, the creation of snow globes. Shavings of human bone used to provide the 'snow' in the nineteenth century, which was the only redeeming thing I could think of to say to my children whilst trapped there. I may have elaborated slightly, the bone used may not have been exclusively human. But I prefer to think so, so I'm refusing to look it up.
It's an overwhelming time of year. I need Snow, that's all.
Anyone have a skeleton in the closet?
For an intriguing take on the snow globe, see here.