Every-time A Plane Leaves, They Take Some More With Them
Charcoal on Paper, 22″ x 34″, 8/8/2018
Ben – Watercolor and Ink
Found via one of those archiving projects of Ben’s. I have no idea what the date on this might be.
Apparently going on.
After travel all day on Tuesday, a life of airports and shuttles, I touched down in Seattle finally. Very glad to be home!
Yesterday, after finding the drawings I had sent from North Carolina actually were in the vicinity (there is no such thing as overnighting anything from the Post Office there even though the Express Mail posters are hung front and center), I spent the day hanging my work at Highland CC, which is great as it is not often you punch out a new body of work and have the opportunity to exhibit it right away. The show will be up through July 31st.
Tuesday morning, sitting on my friend Harry’s porch before he took me to the airport, we were both trying to wrap our minds around the entity called the South. A friend of ours James who is from Kentucky used to spin the wildest tales about growing up there, I see now he was not using any exaggeration, I’m glad I got four weeks to try to decipher it for myself. In the mean time I came home to a garden fully in bloom and lots of peace and quiet.
Prototype of Quilted Holly Hobby Bridesmaid Attire