Celebrating the 100th Anniversary of the US National Park Service, here is slide show of scenes from a drive from Las Vegas to Palm Springs, passing through the Mojave National Preserve and Joshua Tree National Park. While the desert is gorgeous in color, I see more in the tones of black and white.
On display through October 9 at San Francisco’s Palace of the Legion of Honor: Some Pieces on Display for the First Time
What do contemporary American multimedia artist, William Wiley, Funk artist Roy de Forest, and early 20th century illustrator and painter Maynard Dixon have in common? One might say, “not much” until you see their works side-by-side in Wild West: Plains to the Pacific, on display at the Legion of Honor in San Francisco. When juxtaposed, a whole new light is cast on themes ranging from transportation in the West to depiction of Native American life to the beauty and grind of California agricultural life.
I am not a stalker but I have followed Ansel Adams around for years…sometimes on purpose, sometimes by accident.
What do you do when you are floating down the Danube in the rain? Well, you just look at the world from a different perspective.
The mustard between the vines in the Sonoma Valley sure is pretty.
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