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We were only able to access part of the preserve due to Hurricane Matthew damage to the causeway that leads to the amazing Boneyard Beach, which will remain closed until further notice unless you have a boat, but there were plenty of incredible painting opportunities.Various public hunts take place at Botany, so make sure that you call before making the drive.We set up our easels at a lovely bend in the river with large live oak trees hanging over the water.Here's one of the pastel sketches I did "en plein air", or on location: Several days later, I brought all my reference material to the studio to do a larger pastel.I work as part of the Creative Team, which means quite a broad range of work; from pitching and producing radio shows, to making video content for the BBC and commercial clients to music curation and play-listing.But I'm happy to say, music is the all-important element.The Mayland Theatre, with a round Art-Deco style marquee, opened in 1948/1949, and was twinned under General Cinema ownership to the plans of William Riseman Associates.
The band play an eclectic, electric mix of ska, funk, punk, reggae, metal and new wave (with a dash of rock 'n roll, doo wop and country).
“Boneyard” is the happiest song you’ll ever hear about dying (or specifically, about not dying just yet); and the groove underlines the song’s message: “Before I make it to the boneyard, I’m gonna have some fun.” Right off the bat the record is great fun to listen to, a damn good excuse to raise a glass to the deep fried whimsy of “Cup Full of Soul,” the happy go lucky love-is-gone ballad “Losin’ You” and the merry lost ambition anthem “Ballad of Lito Benito.” The brilliant trumpeter challenges the mainstream and hard-boppers with electronics, a large ensemble rather than a combo and music that is often somewhat ethereal.
That by no means diminishes the passion and inspiration heard in his horn.
After a long break from blogging about painting, I'm back at it.
While spending the last few months in South Carolina, I was able to take a painting trip with a group of artists for a couple of gorgeous days in one of my favorite places in the world, Edisto Island, SC, to paint plein air and photograph some of the best Lowcountry landscape available.