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The Russet Shell-less Snails

How many colours populate this place?
Four russet shell-less snails assist my count.
White flowers proffer broad flat leaves
that boast greens enough for myriad gowns. 99 more words

Poems By Alan Reynolds

saturday shenanigans

I could make this a regular thing.
You know, posting about what I do during my weekends. I’m thinking of it as a way to encourage myself to put up material regularly on here (well at least once a week). 658 more words


Glass as an Art Form - The Corning Museum of Glass

On a beautiful autumn day in 2009, one of my college pals and I embarked on a road trip up to Lockport, NY, to see our other college pal open an exhibit of her work.   273 more words

Raw Sugar No. 1 - Featuring PLG’s MEW

On Saturday Sept. 10 Sugar Press Publishing presented the opening of Raw Sugar No. 1 at Fathom Gallery located in the heart of DTLA at the California Market Center. 460 more words


Art Show Prep

Art festivals are always exciting and panic attack inducing times! I say panic attack inducing thanks to a crazy dream (or nightmare, depending on how you look at it) that involved me running around Bend like a crazy person because I left half of my supplies, fixtures and art at home and home is 3 hours away. 330 more words


MASUD OLUFANI: Closing Remarks on his exhibition

Website: www.jleone.com

On Race, Memory and Rememberance:

Masud started his remarks by having his sister, Shala Whitehead, dressed in a long white sheath, standing on a wood block in front of one of his videos, sing a negro spiritual hymn.(She has a stunning voice and does sing professionally.) 412 more words

The Visible Becoming Invisible Part Deux

Beginning note, if you click on the image it will open in a separate window at a larger size.

Where we started:

When I have the wall mural worked out, the first frames will started in January, but this is the final post on this work in progress so as I am almost to the end of the shooting phase, I am doing a re-cap from where we started in the blogosphere. 208 more words