The beautiful thing about living in St. Augustine is the great opportunity for creative inspiration. Between the boutiques which offer casual Parisian Chic to the hand-sewn-funk of local artisans, art can be found in fabrics and design as well as 2D, 3D, or Bas Relief. One can stop and get a groovy coffee, or just pack a picnic in your purse and grab a shady spot under a variety of historic landmarks. That’s how I found the quiet courtyard at the new Flagler College Admission Office on Cordova Street. A beautiful nook with a tile mosaic wall fountain. And if you have not wandered to the City Marina Dock to crane your neck up at the majestic El Galeon, it’s a marvel of maritime history and part of our City’s 450th Celebration. It’s $15 for permission to go aboard, so I just admired all the rigging from the dock. To my own chagrin, not much was accomplished for creating art this weekend. Too many dolly-domestic-dos with the patio garden and old house. But, I did make it to the DOS Coffee shop at 3oo San Marco Avenue to meet with The Anonymous Society of Artists. Look for me on Twitter and Instagram.