I showed this photo to my mom, when I took it many years ago. She said the lone figure reminded her of her mother.
I thought I could do justice to the photo I took the other day (Giant Clouds Dwarfing the Landscape) with a pencil sketch. The middle ground of the sketch came out the best. I captured the contrast between the white fluffy clouds in front of the gray face of the huge cloud. The gray clouds […]
As promised, today’s post features my grandson Will’s construction of the Hillsdale Clock Tower, whose clock was stopped by a bolt of lightning at 10:04 PM, that stormy night in 1955. Below is a photo that details the bell, spire and clock face. Will fashioned the brass bell from the mortar part of an old […]
At the bottom of the small orange fruit, where there is a slight dimple in the orb, I press it in until the skin ruptures. From there, I peel the skin away. One curious feature of the tangerine is just beneath the protrusion on the pole opposite the dimple. Once the peeling reaches that geometry, […]
I found another Mondrian in the wild, the other day. Another addition to my collection: Mondrian Composition 300 CRY, Mondrian 300, Found Art- Mondrian Rug, Mondrian 002 OXY, Found Art In Situ, More Found Art, Found Art.
Here is another photograph from the archives. When I lived in Bay Ridge, I used to walk to Coney Island. I enjoyed walking along the Belt Parkway on the sidewalk in the park between the highway and the bay. I loved Coney Island in the off season.
Here is a photo from the early 1990s. I was just learning some of the fundamentals of design. I liked the striped sunlight on walls anyway. You might be able to tell it is East Coast light.
The vehicle depicted in my original homestead map (see After Miró – Prelude) is a 1949 Chevrolet. I remember it vaguely. The oldest family vehicle I remember was our 1957 Chevy, but my friend’s parents had an older one, a 1954 Plymouth, I think. The year 1949 is significant to my past. That was the year […]