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Tom and Laurie Clark at Woodwick House (© Alistair Peebles) You are invited to sit here For a while and remember A quality of evening light. YELLOW AND BLUE – THOMAS A CLARK & LAURIE CLARK (Porteous Brae Gallery, Stromness, Orkney, until 3 October 2009, and other locations) | Northings[ READ MORE ]
Here are some things I liked this year: Arrival. Halt and Catch Fire. Hamilton. Swiss Army Man. Kurzgesagt. The Underground Railroad by Colson Whitehead. kottke.org. Westworld. The San Junipero episode of Black Mirror. S Source: …of the year ~ to which I add or re-add : LIKED: visits with friends. Hillary Clinton. < Periodic Earth >. Casa de Cinco [&hellip[ READ MORE ]
2010. Donna Fleischer. Twinkle, Twinkle . A three color fold-out booklet of poems with wrap around band. “: Donna’s first, and it won’t be her last, show at Longhouse. Nicely crafted and spoken to the page poems of wonder, right there in the title. We found for the original wrap a see-thru yellow paper stock, that was later [&hellip[ READ MORE ]
In the House of the Hangman 1290 Now this painting is all about how on the day of my death I’ll open a warm roll with my thumbs squash goat’s cheese in it tip in a glistening artichoke heart straight from the little glass jar insert four slim anchovy fillets a flurry of rocket & [&hellip[ READ MORE ]
Photo Above: Arriving by ferry in southern Sweden. At 10:00am the water is slick and nearly frozen, so the gentle ripples move in slow motion. The sun is rising, but in January it barely grazes the horizon, and daylight lasts only a few precious hours. ~ Ulrich Birkmaier, photographer Asger Schnack: Aqua Slight Chance [&hellip[ READ MORE ]
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