Diner en blanc, 8 photos from, Yes, Diner en blanc Lake Worth we missed one year but this year it is just around the corner. Get the Buzz going. Been told how to have it, where to have it, It does not work that way. It is about friends, inviting friends, about wearing white and the location is a secret but let me assure you it is fabulous. The cost free donations accepted covers location, publicity. You bring the food, you bring the table ware you bring what you want. These are just some of the photos from last time. Good memories, good people. If you wish to make advance plans regarding not cooking but ordering we will give you a heads up a day or so in advance. Please send your request for more information to Lakewortharts@gmail.com yours truly. use the heading “
cold Cherry soup
” It would be nice to have a preliminary count. Blanc means White not yellow not speckled.
Half way through the Adult Art Camp at Lake Worth Art League. Yeah and what a fun social evenings our Thursday nights have turned out. Collage was an eye opener it was not just cut and paste. We created and discovered cubism in the process. We were introduced to Americas premier collage artist
by New York Artist Romare Bearden
Romar Bearden legitimized this art form and is seen in some major art museums. and we thought it was child’s play . This week we continue with Mail Art. Yes there is a history to this art form also. We will take our social interaction and share it with friends via snail mail. Bring with you your address book your favorite pen and everything else will be provided.
LOL looks familiar found on Google images.
See you Thursday 6:30 p.m. for an hour with friends creating no experience necessary. Lake Worth Art League 604 Lucerne Ave. in by reserve your seat. Open from noon to 7 p.m. for the summer.
Weekends! This week we have the fabulous $5 breakfast at the mocking-bird gardens 21ist and n D st. But how has yours started? As the “LakeWortheveryminute.com” author I entertained a guest last weekend. Hope yours this week plays out like this. I’m always open to my artist friends from Miami and try to show them around Lake Worth and what all it has to offer. Like a diverse mostly engaging happy community. Part of that is always a trip to our Lake Worth Beach, either for the sunrise or for turtle watching, shelling or just plain chilling. It’s their get a way. They never leave disappointed late Sunday. I leave the options open and totally to them. A different restaurant this time, always the beach. Galleries you can walk to. An art film, and just strolling up /down our avenues. Turtle watching I promised and we got lucky at this site, we spotted, my count 35 little guys heading for the water. Someone else counted 40. Priceless. We met with some folks from Tropical Ridge who are about to get engaged in their neighborhood. Told them their meeting was this coming Monday at the Towers at 6 p.m. Doing my share to assist. We made this open house. I always try to get my artist friends to invest up here. Like I always say Lake Worth is a cross between Key West and the old Coconut Grove. So we looked at this open house and if you didn’t make it for the cottage tour, it doesn’t get better. It is available for sale. Also it was one of the cottages that was on the Cottage Tour. We drove by one of the original Little Free Libraries.
Dean Sherwin’s ” Little Free Library “mini me”.
As a matter of fact Sherri was with me when we first took all the wood to Dean’s home workshop and started building this one, mine and Ted Johnson’s the precursor to what now you see all around Lake Worth. Not sure how many there are but has to be close to 50We dropped by the Lake Worth Art League they had a Sunday afternoon reception they are always open to everyone, once a month. Back to the beach for the second time and found a little mermaid gathering sea shells.
little mermaid gathering her sea shells
A Lake Worth family boarding with their kids. Now see this guy below, well he has now officially retired from Lake Worth High and brought his bride with to this very spot, yes . This has been where I have photographed him in the exact spot, the past 4 years and always reading the paper. Wonder who recognizes him? Further down the beach was practice for the upcoming Special Olympics. Never a dull moment in Lake Worth. Now the next photo is because it got far more crowded than you see but i took it from the shower on the south side close to Benny’s on the Beach which has now for the 3rd consecutive week been missing the handles so no one can use it. I reported it to the Life Guards who assured me they reported it to maintenance. but still it is not fixes. Hello Lake Worth. Then my photo as this is the next painting in my series, see the resemblance to the artist Dega? and the last thing we did on Monday as she headed home was to drop our donation off at the Farm Workers Council the decision was based on the fact that they do not sell they give to those who need. Have a great weekend and don’t forget the last Sunday of the month $5 breakfast.
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I may well be the first person in Lake Worth to have done this.
I’ve watched Mari Kon on Ted Talk on Google Talk on Good Morning America and thought I need this,
I need clarity in my life. Been stuck since, well, two years now. Finally a large box full of letters that were post marked 2.5 years ago, worn by moving and damaged by rain, unopened gave me the urge. With my friend visiting
I proposed we tackle this project. She happened to have a bag of kids clothes in her car. serendipity! Sheri my friend had just finished an arduous job doing some ones bathroom in concrete faux finish, the hottest trend in Miami. So our beach is always a welcoming respite. It was a bit of a shock. Some clothes felt like old friends meant to be together. Anything with stains went in the trash, OUT. Lucky, my friend knew some clothing were not my personality,
testing, yes, they actually can stand up
here is one i used to roll and it does take more space than the one folded standing up
Some I could not justify had no idea I even owned them. Yes duplicates of t shirts. It was hard to let go of some, but if they did not “spark joy”. Sheri my friend was there and championed the effort. After all she had a bag of kids clothes to give away. Now my large bag of gently used, abused wardrobe will benefit someone else. The 10 bathing suit wardrobe well they remain as I love Lake Worth Beach and visit it as often as possible some days twice. Prior to moving here I owned one Bikini, OK have not tackled phase two, which is supposed to be books, however, as I will have a Little Free Library up soon. They will go there. Even my personal stash of books needs to be going through. Here is the new location of the Farm workers council. I went to the old address and found myself at the Lake Worth Herald. They redirected me. Rosalinda the other case-workers accepted our donations graciously. With this new “Spark of Joy” i may see more sunrises and get in some early swims.
The tables were set we had colors in front of us and lots of paper on entering, Within minutes of introduction to the project. About that precise moment anything from the outside world was left outside the door of the Lake Worth Art League. We were lost in a happy state of creativity. The difference between this and the children’s camps is the attention span. This I can attest to as I taught Summer Art Camp at the Bass Museum on Miami Beach
Elise Crohn our instructor
We were given handouts and instruction in real-time. Basically everything ,we needed to know, to go it alone, if we liked it. Everything was inclusive in this class and in the hand outs it gave instructions where, how, we could get the $60 plus supplies needed to get into gelli printing and the knowledge to do so. One of the reasons the Lake Worth Art League is doing this series is we know there are a lot of talented and curious residents in our community who just have not had the opportunity to delve into nirvana like this. The Shuffleboard Court via the Armory Annex offered classes that we were above the median income and affordability of Lake Worth residents. LWAL is limited as to who we can offer this to as we have very limited space, therefore adults only. This is a six weeks of fun and relaxation for those wanting to know more about the different art forms. To be continued next thursday evening with “Collage” so stay tuned for that report. Better yet join us.! We are in the center of town so walk, bike we are not so far away.
Sign up at the Lake Worth Art Gallery, 604 Lucerne Ave. The summer hours are noon to 7 p.m.
PS reminder there is a film being screened tonight Friday July 22, at dusk on the Cultural Plaza half a block from Lake Worth Art League so drop by. We are open till 8 tonight.