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Art Before Breakfast

Today I heard an interview with author Danny Gregory that charmed and captivated me. He has just published a book: “Art Before Breakfast: A Zillion Ways To Be More Creative, No Matter How Busy You are” (I have no proprietary … Continue reading

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just one more…

“A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of Grand Jatte “ Georges Seurat …just one more image that reflects the transition into autumn. Yesterday, was the best blend of cool and crisp; warm and sunny. The feeling in this painting reflects … Continue reading

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Be A Noticer of the Good

    A simple message on a soft summer Sunday. I am currently reading about art as a practice of “seeing”.     Seeing, as in, slowing down to, stopping and observing the common and the ordinary. This practice is … Continue reading

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A Memory Museum

“The only history you can really know is your own.  The only art I am truly an expert on I’ve  experienced firsthand.  As a critic, I am partly research analyst, comparing and evaluating new data. But I’m also a curator … Continue reading

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My Big Backyard

One can’t always be living down in the depths, one has to ascend to the topside world once in a while! Today’s post is about a place in my big backyard. Ashland Oregon. I live at the border of Far … Continue reading

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