Our view at midnight on a rooftop in Seville!
Well, it must have been a sign of good luck because my art has been flying off the studio floor these last two weeks. Almost 30 paintings and a growing commission list has taken all my mornings and evenings to fulfill. The picture below has been my life since I returned....packaging and shipping, but I love it!
I won't bore you with tons of pictures from our trip, but here are just a few highlights:
My handsome beau giving a cheers to a New Year!
Our NYE meal was top notch.
The Mezquita in Cordoba was an elaborate, massive site mixed with Islamic and Catholic extravagance.
Edvard Munch's painting right before he produced The Scream, which sold for almost $120 million last May--the highest recorded art sale in history!
One of our best meals sitting on glass overlooking Roman ruins in Cordoba. We were serenaded by a wonderful flamenco singer and guitarist.
Just a view of a quaint street from our hotel balcony.
Gaudi's La Sagrada Familia...still under construction since 1882. Completion date...another 80 years. His plans were grandiose, wouldn't you say? An unbelievable masterpiece with touches of Gaudi's whimsy.
Alhambra, Granada, Spain.