San Pedro is about 20 minutes drive from my house. The climate often has the feel of the Mediterranean. This past Thursday was one of those days. The air brushed against my skin with just a hint of breeze blowing. I drove to a small park that overlooks the Pacific Ocean, and I felt like I was in Greece.
Nearby the park is the Korean Bell. It is a huge bell surrounded by a beautifully painted pagoda. It was given to the city of San Pedro by the the Republic of Korea to honor veterans of the Korean War, and consolidate friendship between the two countries.
I’m participating in a monthly art project with blog artists in Germany. Each month there is a theme, and involves handmade stamps and patterns. This month is spring flowers. I’m thinking of ideas, but in the meantime I remembered an acrylic piece I had made using a linoleum stamp. I was trying to make each row a shade lighter as I scrolled down the canvas.
I also found this piece of fabric I bought a while back, but haven’t decided what to do with it.
And here, a photo of some beautiful flowers I came upon during my walk yesterday.
“I had always planned to make a large painting of the early spring, when the first leaves are at the bottom of the trees, and they seem to float in space in a wonderful way. But the arrival of spring can’t be done in one picture.” David Hockney
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