Stroll Through the Hood – January 2020

Strolls through my hood get me out of my studio, they help me get unstuck and often I get inspired by what I see and get new ideas to create something. It is part of my philosophy about Artful Adventures in Mixed Media – which is the subject of my book. Here are some photos that I gathered in the last couple weeks.

Mingus is still hanging out with me when I work at my computer -he is a total rascal and he and Bobby Pretzel are ganging up on us and they steal ANYTHING that has remotely to do with food.

I just discovered this house in the neighborhood and I think it is really cool – all the different textures and materials -it does look like it should be in a forrest though, don’t you think?

super cool and colorful Mural –

I love the photographic quality of the people with the colorful shapes and patterns.

On an unusally warm day we did a little bike ride to Caven Point – I love this beach at the park – which the stupid golf course wants to turn into 3 additional holes. I hope it doesn’t go through and the rally and more to come will prevent this.

It is so beautiful out here- makes you almost forget that you are in a city.

We need spaces like these.

Oh brother- hahaha- I am not a fan of those blow up holiday “decorations” – and this one makes me every year especially snort …

The Wave – always love this one !

Comments (4)

  • ARHuelsenbeck

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    Hi Nathalie! I always love these strolls. Thank you for sharing your photographs.

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  • Sue Clarke

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    Yes to open spaces (and that’s from someone who lives in a rural area).
    I highly suggest getting people to speak loudly about keeping that space. The golf course will have money on their side.
    Love love Love that house. It reminds me of the ones that I enjoy taking pics of in Boston.

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  • JoAnn

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    Enjoyed the stroll. Thank you for sharing. And I am loving CJS2020 – every one is special.

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  • Diane T

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    Love each and every picture. Thanks for sharing.
    And, a happy and healthy new year to you and yours.

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