- Cornerstone Sonoma. #boutiqueshopping #cafe #winery #daytrip #fundaySweet sweet love at the San Francisco Zoo. #giraffe #zoo #sanfranciscozoo #gooutside #explore #sanfranciscoParis #streetphotography #paris #streets #latergram #travel #womenstreetphotographersFlamingo meeting at the San Francisco Zoo. #flamingo #sanfranciscozoo #prettyinpinkFall weather in an artist’s community is just added value. #benicia #norcal #art #artistcommunity #streetart #streetphotoReflecting on Piedmont Avenue. #blackandwhitephotography #streetphotography #bnw #reflection #piedmont #norcal #womenstreetphotographers
Tag Archives: art
A foggy Northern California morning, on the pier waiting for the ferry.
Minimalism in the de Young Fine Arts Museum in San Francisco. I can’t even remember what else was in the room I was in, only that as I walked through and glanced over towards this hallway my eyes locked in … Continue reading
A photo of a sculpture in a Cancun hotel taken several years ago. It conveys that love, that bond like no other. Happy Mother’s Day.
The Sunday Traveler, looking down onto the vineyards of the Hess Winery after a short 45 minute drive, convinces me that local travel is relaxing and fulfilling when it comes to the need to expand on the everyday. We took … Continue reading
In the DeYoung Museum in San Francisco. Art by Ruth Asawa using copper and brass wire.
The Sunday Traveler never ceases to be amazed by the seemingly constant innovations going on in San Antonio, Texas. The current Street Art Initiative going full steam ahead was one of those amazements for me on my most recent trip … Continue reading
The Sunday Traveler, visiting The Briscoe with what I thought would be not so much for the art, but for returning to an old haunt to see what had been done with it. Once upon a time, a long, long … Continue reading
A trompe l’oeil? No, an actual arch in an old church in Morelia, Mexico; though it should be a painting. Was it an old confessional? Unknown mysteries. Beautiful Mexican art. Templo de Las Rosas.
In the convent museum Franciscano in Tzintzuntzan, Mexico. The museum is watched over by the people of the town. I don’t know if they arranged the pieces, but if so, there is a wonderful artist amongst them.