The city was definetly on lock down. In the few days I was in town that streets were quite. "Normal" life seemed to continue. But in the few days I was in town. A new layer of fencing and blocked street appeared. #newnormal?
Well 2021 started off with a Bang!
From time to time I have used a set of wood fencing boards on my sawhorses to give me some expaned work space. One day it came to me that I should just glue these boards together. Make it simplier for storing and using. After gluing them together I had an ah ha moment. #workdesk! This will be fun. I love working with wood. Plus it will go great with the whiteboard my neighbors through out. I'd been dying to make some homemade beewax wood polish. Looking forward to 2021. Will be a nice space to work on ideas and project planning.#projectscopecreep
Mi primer tiempo viendo un dibujo desde Joaquín Salvador Lavado Tejón (Quino). Yo estuve en una clase de español en la Universidad de la Habana. Los dibujos de Joaquín Salvador Lavado Tejón son sabe para sátira social como comentario sobre problemas de la vida real mundo. Yo siempre encuentro estos a ser una oportunidad para aprender el idioma y el mundo. Dios bendiga
Today I delivered my photo to the De young museum. It is simply a great opportunity to be a part of the Open Exhibition here in San Francisco. But what is more important to me. It is the opportunity to share a small representation of the rich life and culture of my friends from Apartado de Urabá in Colombia. I see many similarities in my life here in the United States. Thank you very much Maria Victoria Suaza Gómez and your team at Camaleón de Urabá! Also, I send a big Thank You!! to my friends at Kunta Kinte Carabantú in Medellín, Antioquia, and my friends at La Ruta de la Miel Quipile in Bogotá. I am eternally grateful for your kindness and friendship. I look forward to having an exhibition here. But, I really looked for time to share the exhibition documents with my friends in Apartado! Thank you very much for everything everyone.
Plus it's really cool to have an image at the De Young when the Frida Kahlo exhibition is showing too!!!!
No filter! Our state is on fire! There is ash visible on the ground here in SF. But there is little to no smoke smell at ground level. According to officials, due to the intensity of the heat from the flames. The smoke has risen above the clouds to some 30K feet. Are we on mars or what?