sometimes we “drop the ball” sometimes nothing is helpful don’t you worry, I’m looking for that ball
part one: method Tonight, the computer brightness can’t get right for my eyes, but this house box only allows for so much activity space, so I stay. I scroll through an oldish music library and every single song reminds me of something I want to forget. I want to just download my brain, where doesContinue reading “attention world”
I still enjoy this video and song. I made it in 2006 for my friends in “cosmic reward”. dwell not on the twilight, for daybreak is near. hanging your mask on the wall, leaving your shroud by the door leaving the void. leaving the void. As a bird watches from the tree, I’ll watch fromContinue reading “leaving the void”
Facebook age is only as useful and enjoyable as we make it distraction-free writing mode in wordpress. all I had to do was click a button “doesn’t matter, we’re not a swing state” (don’t tell anyone) I updated my online resumé on a Saturday night and enjoyed doing it. I’m feeling more inclined to beContinue reading “updates for public notice”
Blissfully busy with Art of the Bayou. Editing away, organizing, grant writing, dreaming. Positive energy being sent out…hoping that the funding gods will send down support so I can grow this project and really start to compensate creatives for their contributions.
I had the pleasure of capturing this impromptu performance of Jambalaya (On the Bayou) by Deacon John and Brent Melacon during Louisiana Citizens for the Arts’ 2012 Arts Advocacy Day in the Louisiana State Capitol building. “Art WORKS for Louisiana!” http://louisianacitizensforthearts.org/ http://deaconjohnandtheivories.com/ http://www.reverbnation.com/brentmelancon
Re-visiting a series: Idealized/colorized imagery from photographs* of Carnival in New Orleans during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. *mostly by Cornelius E. Durkee