Vernazza, Italy, buildings. Although I would hate to have to dry my laundry this way for all the world to see (in California I wouldn’t be surprised if they force us to do this in future- (CalGreen is my art studio addition nemesis!), it does make for great pictures!
The path leading away from Manarola offers such a lovely view of this picturesque Cinque Terre village. It must be especially delightful when tourist season isn’t in full swing, or later in the day when all of the tour groups are gone. I wondered what the villagers thought of all of the people traipsing through their town (of which I was one!). I am grateful that they are willing to share it with the world! Bella Italia!
My heart goes out to all in Italy affected and displaced by the recent earthquake. Praying that many survive the collapsed buildings.
Been intrigued lately with wanting to achieve a more abstract look to figures which I plan on incorporating into my hands-on art. This piece was made using a vintage photo and many layers in Photoshop.
Sometimes it is fun to create some digital art just for the fun of it. This piece is called, “Ars Gratia Artis”, or in other words, Art for Art’s Sake.