As I was planning my holiday vacation, I was overwhelmed by the endless possibilities I could choose from this continent. I decided that Prague would be where I would spend Christmas Day rather easily but had trouble choosing what country I would visit before I flew to Istanbul to meet my friend for the New Year. Continue reading
My friend Victoria had text me on a Monday night in August asking if I heard about the Color Factory in San Francisco, a two story interactive exhibit showcasing color at its best. My answer was “no” but as soon as I opened the link I was sold.
On the first Friday of every month Oakland’s Telegraph Ave transforms into one of the liveliest Ave’s in the East Bay. The festival draws in thousands of people from all over the Bay Area giving them the opportunity to experience live music, art, fashion, delicious food, and in all good vibes from local residents. Continue reading
It’s rare that I visit an exhibit more than once, but after spending an afternoon in Tomás Saraceno’s Stillness in Motion-Cloud Cities exhibit last month, I had to return for more. Continue reading
I’ve had the Hamon Observation Tower, which is located in the de Young Museum, on my bucket list for sometime now and finally went to visit it a couple of months ago. Continue reading
This was my very first visit to an art gallery in the City of Angels. Having done some research on the best galleries in the city, I read nothing but rave reviews about Ace Gallery. Located in the Miracle Mile, I found parking about a block away and then strolled on over to 5514 Wilshire Blvd. Continue reading