Archive for February 2012

Fresh Dew on Grass – LACMA and Casa Azul Cantina


It’s been a low ebb week – threatening rain.  While the weather stirs, my creative juices slumber.  Drained by writer’s block – I wallow in frustration.   A colleague of mine advises me to take a break.   To unbridle my imagination.  My sights are set on a south of the border margarita spiked with Frida Kahlo passion and fire. To find it, I follow the banners lining Wilshire Boulevard to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. (LACMA)…more Read the rest of this entry »

Cruising the Canals of Venice, California

by Robyn Wyman-dill

I read that walking is the single best form of exercise.  In the spirit of good health, I decide to take a stroll.  My destination is the artistic community of Venice.  A homestead for American visionaries since the 1900s, it has become a cultural center of California Contemporary Art.  At the height of bohemian splendor.

There is a lot to see and thank its visionary founder for. Read the rest of this entry »

The Venice Canals of California

The Sound of Music

Music In the World Community

By Robyn Wyman-dill

I would like to thank everyone who has communicated with us.  As conductor, I am very pleased you are finding somethings of interest here.  My aim is to foster a sense of beauty and purpose in all its dimensions to our blog. Your response has been overwhelming positive.  Thank you, world community. Your comments are the sound of music in our ears. Read the rest of this entry »

Tide Pools


America’s Most Beautiful Beaches


by Robyn Wyman-Dill


It is my only Mother’s eightieth birthday.  As a landmark event in anyone’s life, it befits a landmark celebration.  In the spirit of turning octogenarian, I ponder how.

Not a gift card or personalized mug, I think. This has earned the likes of a full-throttle jamboree.

We set our clocks to vacation time and head straight for the beach.  A stroll in Palisades Park is accompanied by a technicolor sunset.  (See my earlier blog ).  Followed by a crescent moon. Read the rest of this entry »