This image was taken last week when I went to mail my ballot. We had better party while we can as life is full of uncertainty.
But I digress, yesterday I began moving toward a new decade with more memories and art. I watched a video of Great Performances on PBS about "Hamilton". I look forward to seeing it in spring when it comes to San Francisco. I will have to be diligent to get a ticket I am sure. I thoroughly enjoyed being lazy and eating carrot cupcakes. Yum. I forgot to drink the Proseco that I bought but I will make up for it today. I planted flowers in pots on our patio. I am returning to gardening this year as meditation.
But mainly I am enjoying the idea of staying true to myself and the art projects that I really want to create. It is a beautiful life as I look back and I look forward.
As for art, hope you enjoy these works that were on display at Firehouse Art Center, Pleasanton, CA from mid September until mid-October. The exhibit was inconjunction with Cheza Nami Foundation Africa Festival.
Homeland 2 and To Market
Holes in the African Rain Forest
Have a wonderful week.