There is much art to be found in parking lots. I like the red leaves that look like chips of paint from the red-painted curb.
View of a bedroom.
I haven’t had a lot of time to paint recently. My studio is in disarray (slightly). Hopefully I will put it back in use soon.
I saw this interesting arrangement in the parking lot next to work. The green curve is some kind of sand bag, I think. It doesn’t work to prevent leaves from getting into grate area. Maybe it’s for a parking lot oil spill.
I love the different types of painted curbs I encounter during my travels. I snagged the one below just as I was leaving work.
Another night shot of parking lot curbs. This one was lit by the headlights of a passing car.
The sky was beautiful. Mostly blue with some clouds in the distance. However, the telephone pole above the garage caught my attention. Something about the angles.
Here is my alcohol marker version of the tangled wires above the garage.
Harry has pure white whiskers. Here is a portrait of some of them.
William, my grandson, is really interested in the planets. He knows them all, including the asteroid belt and the fact that Pluto is a dwarf planet. He has an app that arranged all the planets and their characteristics into a catchy tune. We spent much time looking at each planet’s core on another app. Below […]