C.P. McDill and I made a rare visit to the city for gallery hopping and window shopping. We strolled from the Commons through the Public Garden and down the full length of Newbury Street, stopping to admire the hand carved cabinets of Jenna Goldberg and the incomparable paintings of Goxwa at Axelle. We wandered through the exhaustive maze of allotments at Fenway Victory Gardens working up an appetite for the amazing Thai cuisine we had for dinner. We ended the evening by winding up the main street, returning to the Commons in time for sunset on the pond and a carousel ride. It was a perfectly lovely day capped off by reading many generous blessings and good wishes for which I am thankful.
Photographs, of course, do not do Goxwa’s work justice. There is so much light in these paintings. I recommend that anyone near Boston visit her solo show at Axelle Gallery on Newbury Street. These are just details taken with a digital. The full compositions have more impact.
Scrap wood bird house with a nail for a perch.
These are much more expensive birdhouses in a shop display on the main street. ! I like these but I prefer the scrappy DIY version.
Sunset and a white rabbit ride.
Gorgeous photos! I’m glad you had a good day out and a break from the rest of it. That art is stunning.
Thank you. I needed a day like this. I am longing to go back to my own work though. The entire contents of my studio is in boxes and bins.
Beautiful! Sounds like a lovely birthday indeed.