There’s lots to love about the Delmarva Peninsula. Currently Cambridge, MD is my favorite. I’m dreaming about visiting next year. (My toe feels good most of the time.)
I love this mural on Race St. It’s a mosaic. Jen Wagner created the mural showing Cambridge’s history with community members. Whenever I’m in Cambridge I visit this mural in a small square off Race St.
I wanted a quiet birthday weekend a few years ago: swimming, listening to music, art galleries, and some shopping. Rock Hall, opposite my usual spot on the Chesapeake Bay fit my needs.
The tiny beach with an expansive view across the Chesapeake Bay….. fantastic for relaxing swims and picnics. Friendly folks and cheerful small talk…..I really enjoyed it.
A fantastic intimate music venue right in town, the Mainstay, had Dick Durham and Stef Scaggiari, a super piano concert. World famous musicians often perform at the Mainstay in sleepy Rock Hall.
Seafood galore, yummy blueberry waffles for breakfast, and lunch to go…..I love eating on the beach. I love eating! Casual, relaxed, delicious dining is a Rock Hall specialty.
The shops on Main Street and Oyster Court, including a farmers market surprised me with several gifts (including one for me) and more goodies (strawberries) for lunch on the beach.
Go, for a peaceful, relaxing, seafood-full weekend, visit Rock Hall.
I grew up in NYC.
During the early 1980’s I worked and went to college.
My commute home to Ridgewood often meant walking a long underground tunnel between 7th Ave (the 1,2,3 IRT Line) and 6th Ave (the LL..now L…BMT Line).
Seeing Keith Haring’s chalk drawings in that tunnel made me smile, grin, and giggle. I loved them. I think lots of people loved them. People, other taggers, left them alone. The drawings lasted until the subway workers put up posters or new black paper.
This post resultd from remembering the way no one believed my stories of seeing black and white Keith Haring art in that tunnel. Really people!
Here’s Keith’s own words:
“One day, riding the subway, I saw this empty black panel where an advertisement was supposed to go. I immediately realized that this was the perfect place to draw. I went back above ground to a card shop and bought a box of white chalk, went back down and did a drawing on it. It was perfect–soft black paper; chalk drew on it really easily.”
So I forgive the naysayers.
Keith Haring Art in the Subway in Black & White
Yikes! Wading into the Chesapeake Bay yesterday I hit my toe on a rock. It’s broken.
The day trip to NYC to see the Stuart Davis show at the Whitney is cancelled. It’s too much walking. I feel sad.
All is not lost…..I will see the show when it travels to the National Gallery of Art in Washington.
Hooray ! Stuart Davis in Washington, DC
How great thou art…super glass mosaic art!
My friend, Ann, and I wandered into How great thou art after the Christmas Boat Parade last year. I popped in earlier this month. I feel terrific looking at this art.
Here’s the artist’s website Loring Cornish.
As I walked out of work Thursday I thought, “Start the weekend now.” After finding a fabulous photo and darling earrings at the Art Gallery of Fells Point I drove over to the Markets at Highlandtown. Look at this beautiful section of a new mural by Pablo Machioli. I want to see more of his work…a day trip…http://www.pablomachioli.org/.
While I’m not swimming in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor yet…..I want to be one of the first people to do so in 2020…..a sculpture is swimming.