This is one of my most favorite Appalachianish gospel songs. It both acknowledges the existential uncertainty of the human condition and offers a little comfort. And this is a very nice version of the dozens of good ones out there, by Marideth Sisco.
I have been arguing on the internet too much lately, and to no avail. I am trying hard not to be so full of impotent rage and sadness.
I have finished the painting “Mad Dog.” It is oil on wood, 11″ x 14″. I will have the studio open this Friday December 21st – providing the world doesn’t end that day – and it will be the last opportunity for 2012 prices on paintings and monotypes. Or if you just want to come by and say hi, it would be nice to see you.
Oil on canvas, 12″ x 9″.
I am very pleased to announce that I am joining the Fresh Art Studios in the Santa Fe Art District in Denver. Come November, my studio mate Meg Voigt Meersman and I will be open to the public every first and third Friday and by appointment .
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With a big, beautiful moon.
I am listening to crickets and katydids, working on several new paintings and looking forward to seeing my son’s performance in Reefer Madness, which opens this Friday at The Bug Theater. Rumor has it that local dispensaries are buying blocks of tickets, so they are going fast…
Merge at the CVA, into which I was fortunate enough to have a painting accepted, closes this Sunday. There is audio of the CVA director Jennifer Garner being interviewed on The Untitled Art Show here.
Metropolitan State College of Denver’s Center for Visual Arts is a well designed, exciting addition to the Santa Fe Arts District. I can’t wait to see the shows they bring us in the coming months and years.
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Cinco de Mayo is being celebrated this weekend in Denver. CHAC gallery is one my favorite places to stop into when I’m on Santa Fe Drive. Here’s a video they put on YouTube in honor of the holiday.
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Tagged CHAC, Chicano Humanities & Arts Council, Cinco de Mayo, Denver, Mexican-American art, Santa Fe Art District, video