Sunday, May 1, 2016
Rain - Wind - Snow. What does art have to do with weather? Actually a lot. When you are working in pastel outside the elements that surround you can destroy your work in minutes. Which was the case this past Saturday. There were a few sprinkles early on but was able to go back and repair those areas. I was just about done when darker clouds rolled in, just in case I packed up all but one small container of pastels. Shortly after the rains came, I did have some protection and a plastic tarp to throw over the work. With the help of several passer-bys got it cover with limited damage.
These projects are never meant to have a long life but it is nice to know they were around for more then six hours. It was a little windy but I was lucky to be in a area that was centrally located with buildings all around.
So, snow, well Arizona does get snow but I am taking art a little further north for a few days. Got my new hiking boots, layers of warm cloths, camera and art supplies. Heading to Colorado, pictures will be coming soon!
at May 01, 2016
June 22, Thursday, Rick and I had to go into Roanoke, VA for the afternoon. Roanoke has some interesting street art, public art. There are a...