These are photos from the September and October exhibit at Bench Art Park in Quentin.
Several artists and photographers are showing their creations in the current exhibit. There has never been a theme, and it always works.
For the upcoming exhibit in November and December, those who enjoy prompts can create around Kurt Vonnegut’s essay on the Six Seasons, particularly Locking Season.
“Here is the truth about the seasons: Spring is May and June. What could be springier than May and June? Summer is July and August. Really hot, right? Autumn is September and October. See the pumpkins? Smell those burning leaves? Next comes the season called Locking. November and December aren’t winter. They’re Locking. Next comes winter, January and February. Boy! Are they ever cold!”
Amy is our newest artist and we’re pleased she’s showing her work here. Clicking on the digital collage by Klaus, you’ll receive an essay on Consequences.
The park has seating; the sun rising and setting is lovely. No wine has been sloshed on the digital art piece propped against the fence.
There’s been a lot of building activity in the neighborhood over the past few months, and the park remains a pleasant place to hang out.
Many of the photographers and artists have galleries and current exhibits on the grid. You’re welcome to get landmarks from the destination posters or check the avatar’s picks.
The posters on the wooden fence at Wanderlust Cafe and Art Park Expansion show some of the activities; many are on the mainland.
In the courtyard by the cafe, is a 22 texture essay in pictures by Neil Gaiman and Chris Riddell. It links to a couple of web pages and you can pick up a copy of this display which was distributed by J J Drinkwater.
The cafe is open 24/7.
We’d love to have you visit.