I've decided I need to just start designing stuff for our future beach house. It might be in Pacifica, I don't know. We do love going there - on average, two times a week!
Pacifica State Beach is hugged by hills on either side so it feels really cozy. The fog rolls in, the seals pop up to say hi and one time I saw a whale flapping its tail consistently for about 10 minutes.See full post >>
Yesterday could have been really gnarly.
While Mike surfed, I boogie boarded. The waves were just right. I rode so many all the way in. On every single one, I exclaimed like a big dorky kid, "Weeeeeeeeeee!"
But then a current picked me up and I freaked out. I don't know how at risk I was but it was scary at the time. Luckily Mike heard my panic and came to get me. I'm glad he's a good swimmer. I think I might have traumatized him a little with my panic.
So today's art is inspired by that experience. The ocean is powerful and can be deadly. I plan on still going in it and will work on getting stronger, lest I succumb to the fear which I do not want to.See full post >>
Did you know that pink pineapples actually exist? They are being developed to include lycopene, an antioxidant compound that gives tomatoes their reddish tint and may have a role in preventing cancer.
Yes, they are GMO frankenfoods but how pretty!See full post >>
Feathers from undiscovered birds. In fuchsia, teal, brown, plum and mustard.
Inspired by the beautiful floral arrangements of Bloomine in Jakarta.
They like seem to like lavenders and fuchsias and so do I.See full post >>
Coilies. That's what I call snakes. All because one time I couldn't think of the word "snake".
This coilie is pretty, isn't she? If you have a fear of snakes, hopefully she makes you less so.See full post >>
Growth. That is what this one is inspired by.
Moving, expanding, painful, exhilarating and terrifying.See full post >>
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