This metal hitching post on Fresno Street is missing its horse (or bicycle).
Around the corner, the Kerouac/Beat museum is wrapped in cardboard brown.
My favorite purchase from the museum is this postcard. If you haven’t visited The Beat Museum ….”
The Coit Tower, though not very far away, can only be accessed via a very steep climb to Telegraph Hill. Here she is, looking down at the Embarcadero and this year’s Americas Cup Race. Her red and gold lace silhouette is quite becoming.
View from inside Coit Tower
View from below Coit Tower (I think that’s Alcatraz Island in the distance)
Across town the following day:
Living wall art on Mission Street
View from Yerba Buena Gardens
A different view of the Bay, this time from the de Young Museum (Marin Headlands is in the distance)
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Kay Rodriques, Northern California (U.S.A.)
Kay Rodriques is a multimedia artist and naturalist. She experiments with various materials -- organic and recyclable -- to create texture in her works. She also experiments with light modeling clay and paste to add dimension to her paintings and collages.
Kay is concerned with absences and presences in history, art and nature. Her work is often whimsical, abstract and figurative.
As a naturalist, Kay is constantly engaged with nature. A great deal of her work is derived from her joy of living in the Bay Area, and also from her love of her native Jamaica.
All works by the artist, © Kay Rodriques 2012. All rights reserved.
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September 11, 2013
California, hikes, Travel, Water
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SF is a magical place, especially when it’s sunny.