Monthly Archives: January 2013
Ending the month on a few fun finds: * A first rate example of work ethic as demonstrated by recently retired Deborah Ford… *A second look is required regarding desk ‘personalities‘ and time management… * Three weeks to a new … Continue reading
There were at least half a dozen pieces to choose from at the showing. Some ideally aimed for items were already well above my limit in terms of the bidding. The third time/piece was the charm however, with the above piece becoming … Continue reading
Some pieces of art are wonderfully colorful, with glittering lines and designs open to interpretation.
Whether it’s the persistent seeing of things in ‘black and white’ or failing to notice ‘the forest for the trees,’ each of us has a different way to see the world. Is it clear cut/either-or? Or is it a matter … Continue reading
Sometimes, a ‘lazy day’ can be ‘dismal’ to another – Kit annoyed at the departure of the birds from the patio.
Sometimes, a piece of art just invites an observer to walk in.
Interpret what you will with this item by Aselm Kiefer. Is it art? A statement? Other? I decided to look at some videos and interviews about this artist and the remarks were interesting. What struck me as odd, and maybe … Continue reading
A photo from an earlier visit to the Seattle Art Museum: Forget about the bedbugs or boogie man – this is enough to keep one up all night…
Today’s entry is inspired by a wonderfully humorous read on Susan Wingate’s page: Greasing the Wheels in My Brain and the first meeting of the SVW group for the year. Given the self-imposed three-minute limit (that and the fact it’s way past … Continue reading