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Drawn From Memory

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TRAVEL DIARY | Autumn Colors In Brooklyn

View from window in Bedford Stuyvesant last Tuesday. Image by wilson tichelaar©

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Chinatown Red & Union Square Typography

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Great expectations

A tune for everyone not giving up the day job just yet.   {Take the A train – from Melinda and Melinda by Duke Ellington and his orchestra}

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Some Green With My Blues

Painted On Canvas  We are like children We’re painted on canvases Picking up shades as we go We start off with gesso brushed on by people we know Watch your technique as you go Step back and admire my view Can … Continue reading

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From sex to abstract

In the post Stages of Daily Life the last picture shows a painting on the wall behind the desk, which reminded me of a once favourite painter: Christopher Wool. I can’t pin this one down to him, but it looks like … Continue reading

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Exciting Boat Stories

I am a huge fan of the work of Maira Kalman, and bought this book for our son when he was still little, too little to understand exactly what it was about. Of course it’s about a fireboat, but this … Continue reading

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Google Art is great

I have just discovered The Google Arts Project, and I wonder how I will get out of the house today! More than 200 museums from around the world have uploaded 40.000 works of art so far, and I could easily … Continue reading

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