Some of the sights of 2018
Here's a wall of graffiti that I really, really want to see in person. But I have no idea where it is. Can you help me find it?
What an intriguing and delightful way to depict plants around the globe. I'm a kinda-avid flower-scrutinizer, along with enjoying birds and insects in that regional way. Since the Art Atlas is a guide to art found in a given locale, I'll add flower art to my Atlas List of potential imagery. Juicy.
The ultimate contents of the Art Atlas remain to be decided. How about flowers, regionally, found in local art?
How does a person create a route when what they're going to see has yet to be seen? Discuss.
Discovered Art-O-Mat at the Exploratorium in San Francisco. Hey, Ho, why don't we all go! A 5 dollar bill gets you a whole selection to choose from. Heaven. Here I come, Art-O-Mats!
These dedicated people who hold together a very large and growing global community of art, artists, and other participants. Yes, we'll be visiting. It's a web, you know.
Much, much more.
If you're a little bit tired of the same-old, here's a place you can discover for yourself and amaze your friends when you take them on an unusual route to art. At Point San Pablo Harbor, you can wander through several art installations while musing on the unexpected location. Take a few pictures on the way out, too, because the perspective of the Richmond -San Rafael Bridge, and the view of Mount Tamalpais through palm trees and castle turrets, is one few find familiar.