More Rain and the Rhinoceros Orphanage
Saturday seemed to be even colder than the tday before with more rain, fog, and mist.
I shivered and hurried through all this to get to the conference. My shoes were soaked by the time I arrived but fortunately the conference area was warm and dry.
I attended two interesting workshops n the afternoon, one on using a variety of art mediums to get desired effect, and the other on experimenting with somethng she called surface weaving—images reminding me in a distant way of MC Escher’s work.
The rest of the afternoon was devoted to museum tours—I had thought I would find a lovely spot to paint—but I don’t do cold very well—and since I had water colors-…the rain and mist wouldn’t work very well either.
So I spent my afternoon in the hotel room learning all about an orphanage for baby rhinos.