Last week, we went to #StudioBe and I’m still digesting the experience. It is easily my favorite art space in the city.
Watching Landon interact with the art was the best part. He was truly engaged and asked us so many questions. “Who is that? What is that, mommy? What are they doing?” It’s as though the space belonged to us, it was so intentionally inviting.
He even colored his own piece of art. Swipe Left. 💙
Spent yesterday exploring Milan. Sforzesco Castle is a 15th century palace that sits at the front of Sempione Park in the centre of the city. Today we’re headed to Tuscany for some rest and relaxation!
The massive nature walk that is Tiergarten was by far my favorite sight today. I just gave myself an hour to wander the park and capture whatever inspired me. Listened to the birds (swipe) and kicked pine cones/pretended to be afraid of little kids. It started pouring and the trees gave me cover. I’ve been so much more into nature recently. Reminds me that we all play a part. P.s. been living out of this backpack for like 2 weeks. Lifesaver.
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AGH #Berlin you’re killing me already! 😍☺️✨🙏🏾 So honored to be in this historic city. Loving your buildings, your decor, your light!
BENCH TIP: when you have to make a bunch of identically-sized silver balls, the easiest method is to start out with the same size wire pieces. I superglued washers together at various heights to make these simple jigs. I just feed wire down into the opening until it touches my bench block, then snip the wire level with the top of the washers. I can feed the wire pretty quickly (snip snip snip!), and slide the washers to the edge of my bench block to drop the wire bits into a small bowl sitting underneath. Goes super fast, and when melted, the balls are identical. #benchtip#metalsmithsociety#jewelryinstructor#learntomakejewelry#jewelryclasses#onmybench#theviewfromhere#workinprogress
I spent part of my afternoon by this pool and it was exactly what the doctor ordered. 🌴📚☀️ Actually though, that’s only partially true. He told me to take it easy, rest, recover, and care for my jellyfish sting but I took that as pool side reading, a surf lesson, and a bath in this incredible tub. Fair interpretation, right?
We opened Cliff River Springs six summers ago so that people could experience the beauty of northern New Mexico by getting out on the land. Hikes marked by cairns start you off, and then you can keep going on your own. Yesterday, we started laying out a beautiful path up the ridge that frames the southern boundary of our land. The views to the north up the valley are beyond spectacular. Look for Quartz Ridge Walk this summer and prepare to be wowed. #hikenm