Vintage And Street Art
It was a cold and sunny day in the River North area of Denver. Snow had fallen the day before we traveled to this changing neighborhood of artists, restaurants and new development. Additions to the vibrant street art appear daily, and it’s always a visual surprise from one week to the next.
I chose a combination of rust and wine as my colors for the day. I threw on my favorite multicolored felted scarf, which incorporated and added to my sartorial display.
As I approach my 75th birthday I feel a sense of confusion and hesitation. Where do I want to focus my energy? What do I really want to do? What is calling me with the greatest intensity? What are my most intriguing passions?
The textures, patterns and lines of my scarf provide an analogy to my state of mind. I have always followed the thread of life that presents itself as the manifestation of my desires.
Seventy-five is a substantial number and I want to choose the path that most compels. So I will sit with this at the moment and know that clarity will come forward. It always has in the past and I expect this will be true once again.
Photos By Daniel
Vintage coat, hat, earrings and gloves – estate sales, embroidered boiled wool scarf – street market, Frye boots – retail sale.