Stars pierce the darkness. Shuffle the deck. Seventy eight cards invite archetypal truths.
I absolutely love this piece. It comes at me indirectly, reminding me of ancient armor, but with inspection it is made of those pieces of metal that lessen one's safety-the dog tag means you are also a target.
This piece is so arresting. I found an interesting interview with the artist about this sculpture at: http://www.pbs.org/art21/artists/suh/clip2.htmlSue E.
You can of course always decorate your home with flowers that don't grow, or wilt either. These were painted by master painters of the past, in Western art history. I found a "garden" full of these flowers at wahooart.com, a company that makes excellent canvas prints, and even hand-painted replicas in oil paint on canvas, from digital images in their large archive for you to choose from.