Monthly Archives: July 2018
New post this morning on making plaster casts in the desert. Make tracks to here (external link).
ob·fus·ca·tion noun The action of making something obscure, unclear, or unintelligible. “When confronted with sharp questions they resort to obfuscation.” In America, the authorities now refer to a police dog as a canine unit. And you don’t give away cats. … Continue reading
Another artist coming to the Sausalito Arts Festival in Marin County on Labor Day weekend. Scissor drawings by Ella Richards. Amazing. Click here to go to her site. (external link) In late life, Henri Marisse drew with scissors, completely neglecting paint. … Continue reading
I’m building a website to support my book. The trick is providing interesting content that does not duplicate what the book will contain. I can have photos, but anything posted must be low resolution and not something that might appear … Continue reading
Since Twain’s death, only Hunter Thompson occasionally matched that great writer’s vigor. But Twain wrote this stuff routinely, spending an entire career blurring and combining pomposity, exaggeration, and the truth. This was Twain observing the wrecked landscape of California after … Continue reading
Time out for art. I wish I could meet this pair. They are appearing at the Sausalito Art Festival on Labor Day. The following images are from Signe & Genna Grushovenko’s website. Please visit. “Partners in both life and art… Signe … Continue reading