Artist Reception & Book Signing

June 6, 2015 ~ 6PM – 9PM 1710  South Lamar Blvd. #C  Map

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Art Heart

I interrupt your winter blog post silence to bring you an important message. Art is not a noun. Constructivism, Cubism, Dada, De Stijl, Der Blaue Rider, Die Brücke, Expressionism, Fauvism, Figurativism, Futurism, Iconoclasm, Impressionism, Minimalism, […]

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Hors d’Oeuvres 2014 #1 – Joan of Arc Project

French: hors: hors, outside + de, of + oeuvre, (the master) work.  These are  my selection of images from July and August for my Joan of Arc Project. Please comment and share with friends. I’d […]

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Chaumont and The Seven Deadly Sins

In French Chaumont literally means ‘hot mountain’.  No doubt an appropriate location for a  highly unusual, interesting and beautiful art garden exhibit about the Seven Deadly Sins for the 2014 International Garden Festival. (April 25-November 30)  […]

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This is my second trip to the Verdun abattoir. Lorraine, home region of Verdun, with its rolling verdant hills and lush farms fed by rivers and streams is picturesque in a medieval agrarian sense. Barns […]

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You Can’t Call Me Al

Did Al Gore invent  the internet?  Nope! Here is proof Al was shoveling “crottes“!  In 1978 France’s national postal system, Poste, Téléphone et Télécommunications, (PTT) rolled out the  Minitel.  Minitel was a video text online […]

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A Dog Walks into a Bar….

Bartender: What do you want? Dog:  I’ll have a T-bone. Bartender: I’ve told you before —  this is a bar!  We don’t serve food here. Dog: Okay, then I’ll have a beer. The French have […]

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OC Wars

13:41 Austin Bergstrom Airport – Gate 22: The Blues bend into the starting blocks, signaling that their boarding offensive is imminent. Brooks Brothers uniforms betray them.  The pale penises in pin stripes are ready for […]

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Hors d’oeuvres 2013 #2

French: hors d’oeuvre : hors, outside + de, of + oeuvre, (the main) work.                

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Crécy Messy

I have now been to the sites of all three of the great French defeats (Crécy in 1346, Poitiers in 1356, and Agincourt in 1415) and one great French victory, Patay, of the One Hundred […]

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