Day 363: One.Three.14

Quaint DC

Quaint DC

Colorful DC

Colorful DC

Covered (in art) DC

Covered (in art) DC

Here’s to another day of creativity…

Day 356: Twelve.TwentySeven.13

These were actually captured on Christmas and yesterday, but thought they were worth the delayed share:

md street art

 

md street art

 

dc architecture

 

dc architecture

 

dc architecture

Here’s to another day of creativity…

Day 326: Eleven.TwentySeven.13

As posted to my fb page earlier:

First of all, this is FANtabulous. High fives to everyone involved in this video.

Second of all, it is my (not-so-secret) dream to do exactly this with a warehouse space that we can then turn into the ReSourceArts headquarters. A place where art runs wild. Creativity reigns. People make awesome happen everyday.

We’re getting soooo close. (It’s not just a dream anymore, it’s really happening!) New name, new branding, similar (but even better) concept and business model alll in the works as we speak. Wait for it, wait for it…

And space is the next frontier – we’re working on a location in DC starting in the new year. (Where should we be?? Who’s got a building they want to let us artify??)

OK so finally, back to my original point of this post… when we have all those things in place… LET’S DO THIS!!! Artists, creatives, awesome people, who’s gonna join me??????

Here’s to another day of creativity…

Day 323: Eleven.TwentyFour.13

It was a gloriously well-lit day in The District. Freezing as all hell. But such beautiful, beautiful light. A perfect day for an #outnaboutdc trip.

Photos of:

The Yards Park
Blind Whino: SW Arts Club (Artwork by MEGGS)
Art Yards DC  Project (Artwork by Kelly Towles, Dabsmyla, Mr. Jasper Wong, Pow Wow Hawaii)

Here’s to another day of creativity…

Day 316: Eleven.Seventeen.13

Had to stop on my way to work (and back up) to grab this shot. I love it.

(I’m absolutely shocked it didn’t get more ‘likes’ on instagram!)

DC streetart

Here’s to another day of creativity…

Day 307: Eleven.Eight.13

Night time visit to Baltimore’s Graffiti Alley:

Here’s to another day of creativity…

Day 300: Eleven.One.13

Most people don’t understand why I like gray days. Not all the time, mind you. But the rain, ah the feeling of life kissing your cheeks as you raise your sights to the skies, there’s nothing else quite like it.

I particularly like taking city walking tours on overcast, stormy (not torrential downpour-like, but misty, hazy, slightly-soggy-like) days.

Some of my favorite travel memories (and photos) are the ones taken in the rain. Cuba. Montreal. Stinson Beach.

The light and the water make it possible to see details that might otherwise be missed. Weathered woodwork of an old door, rusting iron gates, even the multidimensional color palette of a city street tapestry.

I didn’t have time for a proper walking tour today, but snapped a few photos on my runnings around:

DC on a gray day

DC on a gray day

Union Kitchen Street Art

Here’s to another day of creativity…