I watch. I watch from my isolation chamber: cozy, confined, comfortable, constricted. My casa secures me during this time of fear, concern and self-incarceration, so I watch. I watch the sky lighten, fill with color, provide moisture, heat the planet, and darken. I watch my roommates tug for possession of canine toys, growling, chasing, then… Continue reading Watching
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
My sister gave me an early house-warming gift this week, and she is fabulous…actually they both are wonderful…my sister and my gift. Now, here is my challenge: What do I name this beauty? This is a wonderful piece of art by Edward Swift, who is currently living in San Miguel having lived most of his… Continue reading Who Is She?
The prompt for this week’s One Word Sunday is Circles and I found several examples that seem to fit that category. See more pictures at https://travelwithintent.com/2019/03/17/circle-2/ A floating light fixture These next 3 photos were taken at an art gallery just outside of San Miguel and I found the use of circles creative and appealing. … Continue reading Circles for One Word Sunday
In my January 7, 2019 blog I promised more examples of art produced at the Made by Anado art gallery in the tiny village of Atotonilco just outside of San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. This ‘stone-headed’ rock/boulder caught my attention and I just had to share it. See more oddball challenges at https://nuthousecentral.wordpress.com/2019/02/21/kammies-oddball-challenge-2-21-19/
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.
In the tiny village of Atotonilco just outside of San Miguel de Allende are 2 specials art treats,both artist’s homes, studios, and galleries. My picture today is from the Made by Anado gallery where unique, unusual, and delightful art creations are featured. For instance, this guy. He was built by some youngsters at the artist’s home we… Continue reading Oddball Indeed
Street artists have been active in San Miguel recently, and here are some new paintings decorating walls on residential and commercial buildings.