Gouache and pencil, approx. 7.5" x 5.75" When I parked in front of the library, across the street from this house which I wanted to paint, I thought I'd be inconspicuous. Cars...
20 hours ago - Weber Studio
Britain, the police, and a world without guns
So Friday night, Ray, Magda, and I are sitting around chatting in their living room in London's Hackney Wick, when Ray hears a sound in the garden and gets up to check...
2 days ago - Carol Diehl's Art Vent
A Film About Bleeding, Composed of Previously Discarded Fragments
Author's note: Significant trigger warnings for sexual assault, childhood sexual abuse, and sexual abuse by a medical practitioner. My friend is standing in front of her...
15 days ago - Open Space
Review: The Mystery Plane of ‘Manifest' Flies to Dullness
With a setup that recalls “Lost,” this new NBC show makes the least interesting choice possible: to become a generic, joyless cop show.
25 days ago - NY Times
Review: ‘The Good Cop' Emulates ‘Monk' but Misses Tony Shalhoub
The creator of “Monk,” about an obsessive-compulsive detective, returns with a new Netflix show about a detective who's obsessed with following the rules.
27 days ago - NY Times
October 25, 2015 Middle Harbor Shoreline Park at the Port of Oakland, four years after cops raid Occupy Oakland. It's overcast and about sixty-one degrees Fahrenheit and I am...
1 month ago - Open Space
Where do you cop?
1 month ago - This isn't Happiness
How Much Watching Time Do You Have This Weekend?
Dogs, cops, cupcakes.
2 monthes ago - NY Times
A Photojournalist's Point of View of a Portland Protest Police Crackdown
Last Saturday, a right-wing rally in Portland, Oregon, drew out left-wing counterprotesters as well as riot police. Photojournalist Doug Brown was in the thick of it all with a...
2 monthes ago - Peta Pixel
Review: ‘Hidden,' a Detective Story Under Gray Welsh Skies
A new cop series on Acorn TV is as pretty to look at as ‘Broadchurch' but goes even darker in its story of abduction and imprisonment in the Welsh countryside.
3 monthes ago - NY Times
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the only astronaut we can invite home !!
The Last Trip
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Estasi di Santa Teresa
Gian Lorenzo Bernini
Central Park Winter Night
Central Park Winter Night 9X12 FRAMED OIL ON CANVAS About This Painting:Most of my paintings come framed and ready to hang.Thank you for taking the time to view my work.Media...
Mark Webster - Abstraction 7 - Abstract Oil Painting
Mark Webster - Abstraction 7 - Abstract Oil Painting. 8x10" Oil on Canvas Panel. Check Availability. MarkWebster.net
Hydrangeas 8x6' oil primed linen on panel SOLD Artist Note.I recently moved and a good friendbrought over a magnificentHydrangea plant. Another friend broughtme a Calla Lily...
Show at Sedona Arts Center
To end our season here in Sedona, we are part of a show which we are hanging on March 22nd, 2017. It will run through April 4th in the Special Exhibition Gallery at the Sedona...
Last Day Of Summer, Autumnal Equinox and Spectacular Spider Webs and next...
Maybe soon I will be able to close my windows and seal in for winter. It has been really nice this late summer season with just a hint of the coming season. As usual, this is...
Friday Faves - 6/27/14
Favorite Painting: "Beach of the Seine Near Giverny " - Claude Monet, 1897 So, this is the first painting I ever saw that gave me goosebumps. It's not a famous Monet, maybe not...
Friday Faves - 5/30/14
Favorite Words: I was sad this morning when I read that Robert Genn had succumbed to cancer. The art world has definitely lost a wise and giving soul. I've been reading Genn's...
Buckhorn Arts Festival, Preparation of Work, Continued
I ended up using clear pine 1" x 2" to create an indented box that stands 1 inch off the wall, rather than 2 inches. And instead of using small screws and wire to hang, I just...