Kongo swung over to the La Jolla Arts Festival today to ratchet up his culture meter. He's been supervising a condo renovation for the past few weeks and was getting so tired of watching grout dry, listening to Mexican music on the crew radio, and reading new appliance installation manuals. Besides, monkeys don't read instructions until after it doesn't work like its supposed to and then it's a chore to even find the right papers and what is so hard about installing a dishwasher anyway? Enough of that...Kongo needed an art fix.
Nothing linke a barbed wire behind to get a monkey’s mind to wander…
Stone on stone. A colorful fish.
Sunflowers on a sunny day. The color just popped on this acrylic painting
Chalk art. Kongo liked the apples…
A chalk artist at work. The theme for the chalk art was old California agriculture advertisements
Kongo wanted to take King Kong home
Lots of pots everywhere
The La Jolla Arts Festival is a great event and proceeds go to help various charity organizations in San Diego. The event this year is June 23-24 on the beautiful campus of the University of California at San Diego in La Jolla. Admission is $14 for adults and children 16 and under get in free. There is live jazz and music, two or three well placed spots for adult beverages, t-shirts to buy, and gobs of art to browse and buy. More information about the annual event can be found here.
Travel safe. Have fun.