Life has been pretty crazy in these past couple months and I havent had much time to blog about thoughts, inspirations and ideas because I was prepping for my art show (success! more on that later). Now that life has slowed down a bit, Im happy to be back :)
I recently discovered Beijing born artist, Liu Bolin. His most famous work, the "Invisible Man" series comments on the plight facing artists in China and depicts his subjects blended into their surroundings.
My last two days off were spent wakeboarding, drinking, eating, flirting, laughing, sun-tanning, crawdad fishing and getting into other general summertime tomfoolery with some of the best friends a girl could ask for. On the second day we anchored up in Whiskey Cove, an otherworldly lil bay reminiscent of the Caribbean.
A friend of mine has the good fortune of being a sailor on the Woodwind II, a catamaran that sails out of Zephyr Cove, Nevada. I have the good fortune of being invited for a sunset cruise on a lovely Thursday afternoon.
The man with the plan.
I loved feeling the wind in my hair and the waves underfoot. Truly an inspiring and rejuvenating experience.
I love when out-of-town friends come to visit so I can play tourist and indulge in activities I haven't done before. Parasailing is one of those silly activities and after I found out I had a hook up (thanks, marina boys ;) I promptly booked a 10 am cruise at 1,200 ft.
Our Korbel chute was perfect. Mimosas for lunch!
A beautiful view of Edgewood golf course.
Everything was so clear and peaceful at the top, I wish we could have gone higher. Ill have to try paragliding next...
:) Back on the boat after the boys dunked our feet. Time for beach and mimosas!