I’m glad to be back home in L.A., after an extremely windblown, relaxing, and gorgeous weekend at Gaviota State Beach camping with friends!
“When you realize how perfect everything is you will tilt your head back and laugh at the sky.”Buddha. Here was a moment like this.
Below the kelp grew naturally on the rocks as beautiful as any painting.
In the background, lies the train bridge and pier. I truly love is the subtle play of a man made presence within nature.
Look out this week, I’m well rested and ready to go! I promise to delve into a new studio piece and a facelift on a dresser.
I have also just joined Bloglovin’, so you can Follow my blog with bloglovin, so many talented writers are there!
Content as ever to be back here with you all:)
I find I am most calm and at peace when surrounded by the beauty of nature. This Labor Day weekend I caught some relaxation time by disconnecting from the city.
The Mildred E. Mathias botanical gardens at UCLA proved to be the perfect place to get lost in the foliage.
The history of this garden is quite intriguing and can be viewed at the site home.
As I type I can smell this hand picked bouquet of wild roses. Don’t worry~I didn’t filch these from the garden!
A quaint french restaurant and garden shop on south Robertson sells them. Best of all you can sip tea on the patio amongst the flowers. Ahh~Abundance!
On that note, I’d like to invite you all to the Art and Music fundraiser for the Strongheart Fellowship this Thursday at Gallery 1018. It is going to be a total blast featuring music and tons of art for a good cause.
I can’t think of a better reason to go out this Thursday!
You can always e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
I hope to see you there!