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?
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?
Sticks of colored chalk, a large expanse of flat stone, and smudged hands blending, softening, darkening, and tinting, created a feast of art in the Plaza Civica in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico this weekend. Artists sprawled on the walkways, each with a picture, a vision, or a sketch of what they were going to… Continue reading Madonnari Chalk Art Show in SMA, Mexico
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/
My contribution to Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge with the prompt of ‘Blue and Yellow’. https://ceenphotography.com/2019/01/15/cees-fun-foto-challenge-blue-and-yellow/
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
I urge you to watch this video on the fabulous artwork displayed on the Opera House ‘sails’ in Sydney, Australia. Breathtaking. https://soulgifts.com.au/2018/10/17/sunset-art-show-in-sydney/comment-page-1/#comment-23224
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
Children participating in the art classes at the Bibli0teca in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico create masterpieces in creativity. The artwork below shows what a group of students designed and produced in 3-D. Originality and imagination are alive and thriving in this wonderful city thanks to the volunteers who physically and financially support this institute. https://travelwithintent.com/2018/04/21/snail-speed-to-my-next-travels/… Continue reading Three-Demensional Fantasy Takes Flight at Biblioteca
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.