Today we went to the MOCHA (Museum of Children’s Arts) space AND rode the ferry! Fun times. ^_^
Emma made a book at the open art class. We filled it with many blank pages so that she could continue to draw in it in the future. I was very excited that we could made relief prints for the cover. I loved the printmaking class that I took and always want to practice it more.
We received passes for the ferry from the summer reading program. Emma held on to my ticket for me the whole time. And how cute is this vintage dress that I ordered from Etsy?! I love it so much on her!
We pointed out all the passing boats and went under the bridge. On the bus ride home (which goes directly to where we live) we drove over the new Bay bridge and could see the old one off to the side.
While in S.F. we ate lunch on a bench and people watched, bought blankets at Target (really ready for cold weather now!) and checked out public art in Soma.
This piece is entitled “Human Structures” by Jonathan Borofsky.
I remember walking down this street a lot as an art student and being so happy when I saw this sculpture between the tall buildings. I knew Clover would appreciate it since its colorful and so large in scale.
These three fellows are also nearby. They were made by Ugo Rondinonemy and are my favorite. Emma said they were monsters. ^_^