Category Archives: Wanderings

photographs, videos, hyperlinks, stories

just a lot of images from the past (and one clip from a favorite old movie)

                                              Vincent Price is rad.

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Yes

I like eating doughnuts from a bag in the sun standing in a parking lot with so-so coffee. I like talking with someone I don’t know and inviting them up for the weekend. I like two days of intense studio … Continue reading 

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16 years

It’s nice being with someone for sixteen years. I can see through time to when I met him, and beyond to how I imagined him to be then. And he does the same. Growing old together has a grace and … Continue reading 

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On a Sepember afternoon, the wind

“I grew up in Santa Ana.” she smiled at the incongruence of names, the placid town and the powerful wind. “Can you smell it? Memories.” “My mom’s curtains would blow, fiercely. Books might fall from a shelf. You went there … Continue reading 

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Miriam Dym – Means of Conveyance: A letter to Young

“Hello” Hey, Young! We’re out here in Parkfield, crunching chips, quaffing 805′s and talking about art. We were unpacking our library and we found this Miriam Dym publication from POST. We thought of you. This is a pretty neat little … Continue reading 

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Inmo is going away

Two friends walk, on another friend’s back as a way to say goodbye. Two famous stars for three dollars (despite the homophobia) to soak up Ballantines and Dunhills and the pink, sparkling wine. Stars. The city at night. Lightening bugs … Continue reading 

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Good news on several fronts – and a busy weekend for all!

  Emily Joyce, Some Tree Rings, A Vision, and the Third of May, and Tommy Fitzpatrick, Flatland, open at Inman Gallery in Houston on Friday, June 28. Contact gallery for information. http://www.inmangallery.com/artists/joyce_emily/Joyce_2013/Joyce_2013_04.html       Maya Lujan, solo exhibition, opening … Continue reading 

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an assortment of things, mostly unused, many forgotten (late on a night when i was home alone…)

There was a book lying near Alice on the table, and she turned over the leaves, to find some part that she could read, “For it’s all in some language I don’t know,” she said to herself. “Ideally, what should … Continue reading 

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My lab-rat self did things that surprised me, and other observations of silence

  Mon, Feb 18, 2013 I am happy that you have all decided to come to our silent night this Sunday on the 24th of February. Cocktail hour begins at 7:30pm, followed by a simple dinner around 8:30 and performance and … Continue reading 

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Ah, initially I forgot to title this one. Call it “Good, Old Fashioned Round Up, Kind of…”

Steven L. Anderson has an exhibition at Monte Vista Projects (Power Plant - February 22 through March 24) with performances scheduled often, especially this weekend. Perhaps you’d like to visit MVP? 5442 Monte Vista Street, Los Angeles, 90028. Hyperlink here. Power Plant … Continue reading 

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