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At the Car Wash

I took my Mazda into Tallahassee to wash several months’ worth of road grime away. The swirls and colors of the detergents were mesmerizing, so I began snapping photos as the car was pulled through the wash bay. 60 more words

What We Learned From the Knoedler Trial and Scandal: A Post-Mortem

The smoke is clearing.

It’s been almost half a year since the settlement of a dramatic civil court case between Ann Freedman and the Knoedler Gallery and collectors Domenico and Eleanore De Sole, who bought a fake Mark Rothko painting from the gallery in 2004 for $8.3 million. 894 more words

Mark Rothko

#861 - Bob the Artist by Marion Deuchars

Bob the Artist
Written and Illustrated by Marion Deuchars
Laurence King Publishing   4/26/2016
32 pages   Ages 3—7

“Bob’s SKINNY legs
are making him feel SO SAD.
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Children's Books

The Eye of the Beholder

As I wrote yesterday, art is a very personal experience. That’s true not only for artists creating works, but also for those who view them. We each have our likes and dislikes and as I’ve often heard said, there’s no accounting for taste. 384 more words

Elements Of Art

Creations of Chaos: Spirited Away

A magical world, quirky creatures, a nasty villain, danger, and a spunky child heroine, everything that would have made my childhood self radiate with joy.   889 more words


Cousin Tom, Pine Needles and apologies to Jackson Pollack ...

There was a lot to relate last week to Ellen and Reid; the week was fuller than most. It was hard to confine things to the normal single page and for a few – few – brief moments it occurred to me to stretch the narrative out to a second page. 777 more words

Writing To Adult Children