It’s autumn season at Wanderlust Bench Art Park, a familiar outdoor setting, while once again some of the surrounding parcels are for sale or have changed ownership.
This photo showing Amy’s and Klaus’ art was taken before the land between the park and sea had a clothing store rezzed. While it currently the blocks the view, the building is a non-glowing, neutral texture that would make a good backdrop for murals or more art pieces.
The land for sale is large and expensive, and might attract someone with ambitious plans. Quinn, the park founder has recently renewed his Premium account, and so Wanderlust will continue.
There were several black and white studies in the mix this round.
Even with the new building so close, there’s a spacious, light feeling remaining.
I enjoyed making another collage, and in the latter half of October I changed the texture to one with ghosts.
The destination and event posters are checked regularly and updated. Most are for, but not limited to mainland destinations.
There’s still an open view of the sea from Wanderlust Cafe courtyard.
On exhibit inside the cafe are pieces of asemic writing by Klaus.
I’m displaying mixed media pieces on the ground floor of the gallery, while the floor above has graphic art by Minty Vanilla.
The tango club shown in the background remains quite active. The large wall in the left of the photo is on land for sale next to the road, and has since been removed.
The art will be refreshed for November and December: there’s another week to see the current art. All are welcome.