I wandered into an alcove recently in central San Miguel de Allende, Mexico and discovered not only a lovely door, but also outstanding artwork surrounding the entry. Here are some pictures of the fantastic images painted on the four walls and ceiling enhancing this entry. … Continue reading More Than Doors
A decision has been made. The nameless has a moniker. Life for this wandering soul is good. What are we talking about, you ask? You may recall last spring I acquired a piece of art that was unusual, unique, and probably not to everyone’s liking. But I loved her. She was created by Edward Swift,… Continue reading A Mime Within?
Now that I’m back walking around town I have discovered some new art gracing walls in my San Miguel neighborhood. These shots were taken on the wall that protects a day care facility, and I find it whimsical and beautiful. “All Blood is Red” writes the artist on the lower right side… Continue reading All Blood is Red
Street art abounds in San Miguel de Allende, and these are some new ones that have appeared in recent months. Vibrant, original, creative and unusual, each one comes from the magic of the individual artist’s vision.
My entries in Travels and Trifles blog with the photo challenge of Colorful. And these examples certainly are that. Enjoy more great pictures at: https://travelsandtrifles.wordpress.com/2018/08/25/lens-artists-photo-challenge-8-colorful/ This is an example of street art, literally, since it was made with colored sawdust in front of one of the local churches in San Miguel de Allende(SMA). Beautiful, isn’t… Continue reading Colorful Art Abounds–Travels and Trifles Photo Challenge
Found these paintings on various walls in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico this summer. I’m blown away (thinking in terms of Irma) with the artistry of these giant drawings.
Walls become the canvas used by many artists in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, and I’m intrigued when I discover new artwork on a building that is tucked away in an alleyway or a parking lot. So here are more wonderful paintings I have found walking the streets of this magical city. These two paintings… Continue reading Street Art With Life
As I wander the streets of San Miguel de Allende in the mountains of Mexico my senses are caressed, challenged, tickled, and surprised. The delicious smells: fresh fruits, chicken and beef mixed with peppers and onions roasting over a sidewalk burner, hot tortillas, and homemade tamales. The vibrant colors: abundant fresh flowers of all hues,… Continue reading Street Art Says We Are Alive
My sister and I happened upon these works of art in front of a small neighborhood church in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico and we were intrigued with the artistry and technique that went into making these colored sawdust scenes. Amazingly, they were made one day, and the next day they were gone! Sidewalks swept, cleaned, and… Continue reading Temporary Artwork–Cee’s Odd Ball Challenge
In response to this week’s Emotography theme of Intricate, I chose some of the artwork I found on the buildings in China. Much of it reminds me of the current interest in adult coloring books. Fascinating and intricate. https://ceenoa.com/2016/06/03/emotography-week-212016/