Monthly Archives: January 2020

Sotheby’s Introduces Art Better Than Your Old Professor

Art isn’t boring but that’s how its usually presented. More people could be brought in if their introduction was moving, colorful, and captivating. Soetheby’s does this with their videos. I know nothing about Fernard Léger or his work which appears … Continue reading

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Day Three of the PowWow and at Desert Gardens, Quartzsite, Arizona, Friday, January 17th

NB: Short link for this page is: https://wp.me/p3XN10-2mF Friday at the QIA PowWow and Desert Gardens Day Three of the QIA PowWow greeted everyone again with perfect weather. Cool mornings and then long sleeve shirt weather in the afternoon. Wind … Continue reading

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Day Two of the PowWow in Quartzsite, Arizona: Thursday, January 16th

Thursday at the QIA PowWow Thursday brought another day of beautiful weather to Quartzsite. A few wisps of clouds appeared from time to time, somewhat relieving the sun’s powerful glare. Temperatures rose into the high 60’s in the afternoon, shirt … Continue reading

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Day One of the PowWow In Quartzsite, Arizona: Wednesday, January 15th

The QIA PowWow: Day One, Wednesday, January 15th, 2020 Perfect weather greeted everyone in Quartzsite, Arizona for the first day of the QIA PowWow. Not quite shirt sleeve weather but a light jacket or a long sleeved shirt served well. … Continue reading

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Correspondence With Someone In The Field

I don’t share private e-mails but I think this one is anonymous enough to pass. A friend in the field just e-mailed me. That person detailed their recent activities and past experiences, I replied with mine. You can’t tell what … Continue reading

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Gold and Going Away

Little is more coveted than gold. It has been that way for thousands of years and it will continue for millennia yet to be. Man’s attraction seems genetic. Civilizations have risen on acquiring it and maintaining it, people have risen … Continue reading

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From Quartzsite, Arizona

I’ve been doing some social media reporting for Rock&Gem. I’m not sure when they will be able to post all the videos I made. Quartzsite is happening now. A few here: The Keadys of Rockchuck David Bintliff of the Rock … Continue reading

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Regrets and the Cost of Beauty

I try to be honest about what I think and how I feel. Society says it wants honesty but that’s a lie. We all know certain things are true but society never wants them said or put in writing. I’m … Continue reading

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In Quartzsite, Arizona

Having a wonderful time, wish you were here. I resist, Having a wonderful time, wish you were beautiful. Happiness is where you and your dog are welcome. The dog is Holly. I’m reporting some day to day happenings for Rock … Continue reading

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Southwestern Art Deco

Art Deco had many regional variants. Hoover Dam is the Southwest’s greatest Deco structure but other styles exist like Pueblo Deco. It’s fun to see Deco survive around the region. The first two photos are bridge abutments near Burro Creek … Continue reading

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