52 thoughts on “Lime Flowers, Snakes & Petit Point

  1. Timothy Price

    Beautiful flowers and interesting depiction of snakes. “Everything is Political” on the door is fantastic and fascinating.

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  4. Sheldon Kleeman

    Hello to the great white north
    And you my friend_ I hope all
    Is well_see you on the other
    Side of creativity Mr J. Yoursly

    1. Lol! Thank you dear Ralph! A stitch in time saves nine, but can anyone ever mend my mind? All kidding aside, sending love to You, Natascha and cats. xoxoxo ❤

      1. Yes, I did – exciting! I am so grateful for our street artists – they bring art to where we are – now, in the present. They remind us that to pay attention, that life is amazing, that creativity is embedded in every cell of our bodies. Sending my gratitude out into the universe….

    1. I’m just dizzy with spring! Found 3 murals on a 2.5 hour walk yesterday. What a joy it was to get out on our first nice day of the year. No political art was found yesterday, only great art.
      Still, the politics are only escapable from time to time.

      1. Wow, it sounds like you had another great outing in mural land 🙂 I look forward to the future posts! Speaking of posts, I’m catching up on emails today and see there’s one from… YOU! Talk soon over there xo

    1. I agree! The image you speak of has deep meaning, even though I’m not exactly sure what it is. Sometimes I just want to ask the artist. Otherwise, I just make up meaning….lol… like I do with much of your poetry!

  5. Lovely. I think one of the things I like about street art is how it puts “light” and colour a¡on otherwise derelict buildings. It may be THE response to our sad, grey, concrete world. 🙂

Speak your art mind!

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