I’m Learning Slowly, But Still Learning…
Yesterday I wrote about my feelings and evolving ideas of why I’d like to create more open edition prints of my work.
Today, literally as I was finalizing formatting the posters I’d shown on my previous article, I got my weekly reminder from Pinterest and was again reminded how useful this little email from them can be for me.
Though I’d already finished formatting the new image above Theatre of Light Poster to send to my long time local printer at Southside Printing & post this new version on Fine Art America (horizontal vs the previous square), I knew then I had to also create a poster for White Blue Cluster (top center…
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My Spain adventure started in Malaga, where I met Ralph and we rented a little car.
I marked the places with red arrows.
We drove along the coast and had an ice cream and look around in Benalmadena Puerto where many yachts are ankered.
A bit further up north we looked at the Stupa Buddist Temple, and the view from there was breathtaking.
We stopped by a Butterfly house with amazing beautiful butterflies.
The next day we visited Ronda, a bigger more touristy town.
Another day we were visiting friends and having a party. More of the party here.
We drove amazing very winding mountain roads and visitied typical Spanish villages and a cork forest.
On my last day we all helped with the grape harvest.
One of Ralph’s friends has a vineyard and the grapes were ripe. It was so much fun! More here.
My favourite chair:
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