In November 2020, I convinced my family to go to the Florida Keys. What a beautiful trip!
I had time to spend with my Manu, Ivan, and Mother Earth. I was able to sharpen my photography skills and to take amazing videos of snails moving. This was mind-blowing for me.
When I visit a new place, I enjoy eating local food, shopping, and talking with the locals. It’s so exciting to understand and experience other people’s ideas, customs, and universes. (For me, every brain is an entirely different universe.)
While we were there, we came across The Lobster Trap Art Gift Shop and Gallery in Islamorada, FL, owned and managed by artists Nadine and Glenn Lahti. Here, I found ecological canvases made of repurposed lobster traps. The Lahtis expend about 6 hours or more just doing the frames.
One of the obstacles I have found for my art creations is finding frames for my pieces. Now, I have eco-friendly, local, affordable, and unique frames.
Many thanks to the Lahtis for letting me share my words and my art into their unique creations. If you can, I encourage you to visit their art gallery yourself at:
82200 Overseas Highway MM 82.2
Islamorada, FL 33036