Over the last week with the kids home I opted for some home projects that required minimal concentration in case I was interrupted by the kiddos! So I grabbed a couple of cans of spray paint, a scarf so I did not breathe the fumes (the kids said I looked like a gangster) and some sample tins of Benjamin Moore paint for the socks (legs) of the stool and tables and my projects were complete.
The Golden Stool for the phones at the entryway
A neon table with purple socks
My neon craft table with bowls of yarn
Ski week for the kids began with some beautiful weather with a hike at McClellan ranch where the kids enjoy looking after the farm animals in their 4H program.
Climbing at the ranch
Tuesday we visited the Team Lab exhibit in Menlo Park for an immersive art experience. As soon as we walked into the darkness the exhibits were breathtaking. Merging nature and digital art in an interactive experience bought a new respect and understanding. Check out the artsy website for more information about their upcoming shows.
Stand too close and the blooms will disappear
One of my favorite pieces a short film combining crows and calligraphic brush strokes
Butterflies and blooms
In a room full of flowers and scents where flowers bloomed on you
A room full of LEDs from floor to ceiling that interacted with your phone
A rocket colored by Missy enters the scene
Ash enjoys the Little People on him
At Mountain View City Hall had an exhibit of Feathers, Fur and Fins and here is Ash’s toucan illustration in pencil.
Sunday we had a family hike at Uvas Canyon County Park – what a Sunday ritual it was with mother nature. Because of the rains the waterfalls were flowing by the trails which made a very calming and refreshing wander through the woods.