Thursday, March 21, 2024

Tim's Vermeer

Van Gogh painted Arles, Manet, the bar at the opera. Mondrian "Broadway Boogie-Woogie." Is that where the title of the famous Johnny C Song, "Boogaloo Down Broadway" comes from? The next time you stay over at the Connaught on a jaunt to England, lie back on your four poster and stare out the window. Before you decide you are waking up, going to sleep or any of the activities in between stop to create your work of art. Painters usually buy their frames after they have finished their work. Framing will be the first thing you want to do. You don't need to go to the Orangerie or if you're in Washington, The National Gallery since a work of art is staring right in front of your eyes, a signature piece that will have the hallmark of your style. No one sees the world the way you do.

Listen to Joan Baum's review of The Kafka Studies Department by Francis Levy on NPR

and read Mark Segal's piece on Hallie Cohen's "Mi Ricordo: Roman Watercolors" show in The East Hampton Star

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