I'm leaving to teach at Maria Moesch's studio in the Niles section of Fremont this weekend. It is a weekend to immerse one self in art, exploration and excellent company.
I am usually in the studio for about twelve to thirteen hours when I am there. It is always inspiring and memorable. By the time I get back to my room, I need something to unwind with. I usually bring a few books and here's what I'm reading now:
Reclaiming Travel sucked me in from the very first page with this quote from Robert Louis Stevenson's The Silverado Squatters:
"There is no foreign land, it is the traveler only who is foreign."
I am about twenty pages in and having a hard time putting it down.