I’ve been wanting to use these pictures for a couple of years and haven’t found the best topic until now. They fit the prompt of ‘Floor’ since I found them on the sidewalk as you enter Parque Juarez in San Miguel de Allende. The paintings, faded and foot-worn, are no longer there and have been… Continue reading Floor Art at Parque Juarez
We caught this artist as he first began to paint this piece of art on a wall in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. And we followed his progress for several days, and within a week he had completed this work of street art. He told us that he had been commissioned by friends of the… Continue reading Street From Beginning to End–Street Art
I have discovered more what I call street art in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, and decided to feature pictures of faces in this post. These paintings are amazing, beautiful, creative, and thrilling to see.
I have a painted fence. And you wonder, so what? Who doesn’t? My fence is uniquely painted. My sister, who is not known for her artistic abilities, spent a couple of days painting daisy-looking flowers and unique trees all along the street side of the fence (no picture was taken of this artistic achievement). And… Continue reading Some Can Paint, Some Can’t
Okay, so I’m not in perfect shape, but I didn’t realize just how out of shape I am until yesterday. Preferably the truth would have stayed hidden from me, and I could blissfully skip along (in a shuffling sort of way) in total ignorance. However, I have a younger sister (by a mere 16 months) who practices… Continue reading Too Old but Apparently Not Too Smart