MY WEDNESDAY NOTE.
A Scribble and Doodle Window I added on the right side, as a tidbit of my daily life. My effort to say more, with less words. I hope to change this window weekly.
On Superbowl Sunday we went to San Diego, 2 hours away from where I live. Part of our day off we spent at Upstart Crow, a bookstore with cafe. In the past I have made several watercolors while sipping my favorite tea or coffee, when looking out of the window. This bookstore is in Seaport Village, right at the ocean, an area of cute shops and food stands and restaurants.
On Sunday, I wanted another view of the area, and sat on the patio on the back side. That is where I saw the Shakespeare window. To me it represents that much is to be said with words, but not all. Another saying is that a picture is more than a thousand words. To me that represents all the visual arts.
This window could also be seen as an "installation" of an "assemblage" (in French), which is a three dimensional version of a painting.
Do not forget to read my story of From The Beginning To The End, my blog post below. The punchline of the story is NOT about knitting, but about the Field of Dreams.