Finally, the destructive winds have moved through our village.....the toppled umbrellas, run away trash cans, knocked over planters, uprooted fallen trees, and more, have paid the price of strong winds. And calmness and beauty have returned.
Life in the village has returned to normalcy.
I am curled up in an old, fuzzy, warm, comforter in Sylvia's studio....nights and mornings are bitterly cold. I am grateful for my village home where there is Love and care for me.
I am not homeless.
Susan and Kathy are walking by the studio, carrying donations of assorted artwork,
Art Abandonment Day
on Valentine's Day Feb. 14, 2016
from 11 AM to 4 PM
FIND FREE ART,
placed at random,
throughout Balboa Park!!!
The art is FREE FOR THE FINDING, from Spanish Village Artists, who hope our outreach spreads Love through art.
Love, I think comes in many forms. Brandon, my poodle buddy, loves bones with meat still on it. Emily, the village squirrel, and Franklin, the arachnophobic rat, love rekindling their affections for each other. Matilda, the canyon coyote, and Erika, the village cat, have formed a hunting alliance for the love of freshly hunted rabbit flesh. As for me, I love Spanish Village, and all the 2-legged and 4-legged friends. It is a place I call home. There is so much to love.
Remember ART ABANDONMENT this Valentine's Day!
Drop by Spanish Village and enjoy our art!
HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY!
Pastels - Michael Heikkinen
Much Love to You,
Bella the Blogging Dog at Spanish Village
Stained Glass - Mick Mosley