Decorating with the Colours of the Season
Co-written with Jill Helmer and Kathy Stewart, and with excellent photography by Bartram Nason, this book celebrates the spirit of the Holidays with inspiring pictures and plenty of ideas for your own seasonal decorating.
Celebrating Autumn & Winter
From pumpkins and gourds and raking leaves,
to evergreens and berries and crackling fires,
the seasons of autumn and winter
give us so much to celebrate.
The contentment and feeling of comfort
we derive from these seasons brings us home.
It is a time for gathering.
Sharing the Passion
The new book from the authors of Evergreen captures the beauty of objects both personal and priceless, and explores the art and individuality of their owners.
With hundreds of photographs detailing collections from across the country, see how homeowners use these items to exhibit their style. Collections explores how objects can provide the collector with a connection to their past, or expose the collector to a new world of ideas and inspiration.
Flowers for Weddings, Parties and Events
More than 200 full color photographs of renowned floral artist John Grady Burns' work, documenting special events like wedding receptions, Mardi Gras balls, and others. Photographer Bartram Nason.
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Book by John Grady Burns
In addition to his work for private events, John is available in-store book signings, garden club meetings, floral classes, and much more.
Personally Yours may be purchased through this website - see our BOOKS page. If you would like to sell Personally Yours through your store or boutique, please contact John for wholesale prices.
Copies of Personally Yours are available for editorial review. No part of Personally Yours may be used or reproduced in any manner whatsoever without written permission except in the case of brief quotations embodied in critical articles and reviews. All photographs are copyrighted by their respective photographers. Personally Yours is copyrighted by John Grady Burns.
Atlanta native Bartram Nason first took an interest in photography as a child, watching from the other side of the lens as his mother fiddled with the knobs on the family camera. Through afternoons spent in the darkroom and his studies with former National Geographic photographer Steve Raymer, he now knows what each of those knobs does.
His editorial work has appeared internationally in Spin, XXL, Newsweek, The Guardian, and Atlanta Magazine, among others. Bartram is also a classical trained cellist, and performs frequently throughout the Southeast.