Sunday, March 17, 2013
Detail of my mural drawing, Aunt Meep's, early 1980s.
Courtesy of Todd Mecklem, who photographed and sent me an even larger photo of the whole drawing. This summer he saved a batch of my paintings and drawings from a storage locker in Oregon.
The whole storage locker thing reminds me a little of the show Storage Wars--but in this case I don't think a bunch of rambunctious Californians would have taken much pity on the contents of the locker. They might have been somewhat interested in my brother's Lionel trains, but I'm not sure if even "skeleton gloved" Berry would have taken this artifact--truly an odd lot!
Tuesday, August 7, 2012
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Sunday, January 15, 2012
NY Times Article about Newt Gingrich's ad against Mitt Romney as a predatory capitalist.
Occupy Wall Street has sometimes been criticized as a movement without a cohesive message, without a leader. Perhaps that leader has been found in the form of Gingrich, who now appears circumspect about some aspects of the free market, as his PAC's video illuminates: