One thing that got my attention is that they have the Sauvie Island Center where children are been educating about organic food, farming and importance of cultivating the land.
So I will be posting things that I did during this Summer, cool projects and news related to my company, new interviews with other artists that are on my waiting list…
In the meantime, hope you enjoy these photographs that I took recently in Malibu, California.
Inakadate located in northern Japan rice field creates art in the country of the rising sun where rice farming has sustained the people of this village for two thousands years. The trend started in the early 1990s with small farmers planting several varieties of colored rice leaves, mixed with their regular rice in different patterns, creating various enormous images
I loved the excitement of every aspect of life in Manhattan – the sense of adventure was unlike anything I had known. Armed with a single Metrocard I could travel throughout the five boroughs and see all kinds of interesting people and places. New Yorkers have a reputation as being tough and rude but in reality they are down-to-earth, friendly people. This city really lives 24 hours per day. You can have a late dinner, enjoy a stiff drink after midnight, travel home in the wee hours of the morning – and still people are out having fun.
The survivors of Hurricane Katrina who stayed behind are stronger than ever. Many people didn’t leave because they didn’t have the conditions or the money, vehicles, places to go or the desire to leave this Grand Dame of a city. They stayed together by believing in better days to come.