My first thought when I saw Black Friday posters ALL OVER the shop windows in El Born the day after Thanksgiving was “What? How on Earth did that American capitalist plague spread over here?” Then, my second thought was “Oh, look, another American capitalist plague has spread over here. What else is new?” (That last […]
Already some time ago I discovered the joy of observational freehand drawing. Aside from benefiting my mentality (I can count it as meditation) and its use as a learning tool as I observe the physical world, drawing opens channels to engage the people around me. The cold stoicism of modern strangers melts away when they […]
On Thanksgiving Day this year, I experienced ye olde Hudson River in a new light, a quite simple light, one that tickled my explorerbone because it concerns the intersection of geography and civil engineering, literally in fact. We think of our world in diagrams, in images and figures that are easy to conjure, communicate, and […]
The Parrish Art Museum is doing a fantastic job of delineating a history of art specific to Southhampton. On display are artists, native and migrant, who have contributed to the area’s now-iconic imagery of nature, building, and lifestyle since 1900 with their work. Included in that roster are William Merritt Chase, Esteban Vicente, Eric Fischl, […]
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