I completely understand that there are people who enjoy this type of art, but it’s not my forte. My little sister wanted to visit here and I’m up for anything! So naturally, I agreed. The only bad part about this was that it had been raining the previous days before, typical spring break in Texas. Am I right fellow Texans? Okay kind of lame. ANYWAYS, that’s besides the point. I have this pair of tan suede wedged heels that I am in LOVE with. I wear them any chance I get as long as they match my outfit. The rain made the entire graffiti park into a mud masquerade. Let me tell you, I did not appreciate it, and neither did my shoes! I tried to go along and not be a buzz kill, and I hope I wasn’t. I had to walk down a hill to get my flats so that I could try to climb the concrete to get to the higher levels, but I definitely wore the wrong outfit for this event.
I started looking through my phone to find what I deemed as a “real art gallery,” which is featured in my previous post. We went there shortly after viewing this “HOPE Outdoor Gallery.”
Next time I visit Austin, someone remind me to bring my mountain climbing gear.