The above garden & the trumpet vine garden below, surround a remarkable Spanish Pueblo Revival adobe home, complete with a latilla-covered portale & an elevated veranda, among other classic Spanish Pueblo Revival features. Read More
SW Vernacular-style was popular in the early 1900's; it
consists of creative ways to express rooflines that diverge from the typical Spanish Pueblo Revival style. Join me this Sunday, June 24th, for an Open
House at this urban & unique adobe-built, SW Vernacular-style home. It lives Downtown at 900 Silver Ave SW & is a fun place to visit. I like
how the kitchen has been remodeled to be included with the other public rooms, making it comfortable for the person(s) preparing dinner to converse
directly with her/his guests.
Bringing you my favorite organization that is "dedicated to rescuing and providing sanctuary for captive-bred wolves and wolfdogs," in Candy Kitchen, New Mexico. Read More
The Metro has an extensive public art collection, represented in all quadrants & in some out-of-the-way places. When I know I will have extra time in an area of the city, I check the city's Interactive Public Art Map & seek out interesting public art. Read More
"Armstrong," is an urban gorilla made from recycled tires & stands sentry in front of the MetroABQ Solid Waste Department on Edith Blvd. Created by artist Sarah Perry & entitled Route 66 Gorilla, Armstrong can be found just south of Comanche Blvd, almost straddling the border between the NE Heights & the North Valley.