Monday, March 22, 2010

In the garden 8"x8" oil on canvas

This is Chutney- she likes to sleep on this wonderful red bridge my dad made for the water garden. ( I still have a bit to do on this!)
There are a couple of giant green frogs (one is singing exactly as I write this!) and on occasion a digusting huge jabba-the-hut toad invades and we must extricate him.
Its not because he's ugly,  but he messes up the pond. Buh-bye toad.
After a quiet morning of painting and weeding Dad and I went to the Waikoloa Village and walked around. The art collection in the promenade is awesome. Here are a few highlights.

Isn't she lovely?

Japanese tea room

The last one is a giant cloisonee enamal urn.I am inspired!
We sat and watched other people play with the dolphins. Other people willing to cough up the dough!


Paintings by Patricia said...

Thanks for sharing your trip with us. Looks fabulous.

Anonymous said...

Everything about this post is just delightful!

Kelley Carey MacDonald said...

Oh, I wish, wish, WISH I were there! But you make me feel like I am! Thanks, Sal.
p.s. - the word verification for me today on your blog is "Oldstr"
Are they trying to tell me something???

Sally Dean said...

i wish i wish you were here too!
Oldstr---how rude...