I’m adding pieces to the show as pieces are sold and removed. This new piece and others are still on view at Jesus Lopez Vega’s Gallery on the corner of Rio Zula (Rio Bravo) and Ocampo, a block south of Casa Linda in Ajijic.Open M-F 10 to 6 through April 30, 2022.
Between Two Worlds
This piece is about old and new, peace and conflict, blended cultures, freedom and confinement, the wide variety of what the world has to offer and the need to stay on target, to have fun and to spend our time wisely. The Luchador is wearing my All State Choir pin as a belt buckle? What’s that about??? I’ve recently added this piece to the show, along with several other new pieces, as work has sold.
My friend Linda Levy Challenged me to post a photo of a piece of art I created each day for ten days. Here is today’s share.
Please click on any photo to see the details in all of the photos.
I took these photos for a friend who had sold his house and was trying to sell these sculptures, some of which he had carved, others the work of another artist who passed away recently. Can you guess which one now graces my patio? If you are interested, I can put you in touch with him!
What can be more “Musical Chairs” than this horn-headed statute in the chair series by Alejandro Colunga? It can be found on the malecón in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico and rarely is it unoccupied during daylight hours.
Monkey See, Monkey No See Love this large sculpture on the street in Sheridan, Wyoming. I could be kept busy for days photographing all of the public sculpture here. This one, I think, qualifies as an oddball.
https://dailypost.wordpress.com/dp_photo_challenge/half-and-half/ This week, share an image that has two clear halves, literally or figuratively. You could focus on composition, like me, and take a photo with an explicit dividing line (either vertical, horizontal, or diagonal). Or take the theme in other directions: zoom in on a pair of objects that together form a whole. Show two people whose demeanor or personality complement each other. Or bring into balance two opposing visual elements — light and dark, color and its absence, sharp focus juxtaposed with blurriness.