I really liked the contrast between the reddish door and the yellow tennis balls.
I was on a field assignment (a.k.a. an art quilt class) recently at the John Newcombe Tennis Ranch in New Braunfels, Texas. While other people were wielding their rackets on the tennis courts, my classmates and I were inside the conference center studying the theory of color and design. What I was doing inside seemed much harder than what they were doing outside. My idea is that if I take enough classes, eventually I’ll learn something. (That’s my story and I’m sticking to it. I’m already signed up for three art quilt classes next year.)
I love outdoor art. Here are a few pieces in the Mueller neighborhood.
Geode by Hunter Cross
I love this spider. You can see the size of it when you compare it to a fellow hiker reading about the sculpture in the bottom right corner of the photo.
Spider by Dixie Friend Gay
I passed by this artwork early in the morning. When I looked it up online, I found photos of it open. It is solar powered. I’ll have to go back and check it out in full sun.
Dance of the Cosmos by Jennifer Chenoweth
Umbrellas along Adlrich Street in the Austin Mueller business district.
Just hanging around
Umbrellas at Mueller
I love Nessie the Lakeness Dragon. I can’t seem to get a really good photo of her, though. I’ll keep trying.
Artist = Dixie Friend Gay