Mustard is blooming all across the valley. I found this field along Jack Tone Road on my way to meet a friend for a quick visit in Napa.
The ‘Riverfront’ is a faux section of town that is beginning to look really natural. Give it 30 or 40 years and we won’t know the difference.
There is probably a list describing the downtown art, we didn’t have one, so each piece was happy serendipity.
Another happy surprise were the art installations in the empty store fronts. Vintage Button Lady and Mosaic Woman are two striking examples.
Appropriate for the parking garage.
In front of the Napa Valley Museum.
I really like art created from found objects, but this one stretched my imagination. It’s a pile of ranch junk. I know…….
Good food, fun walks around town, a search for Italian cherries, and some exploring was a good start to learning about Napa, but the area really deserves more than 24 hours.