The government the founders left us is a gift from God that we should be ever grateful for, fully understand and defend at all times.
Precisionists paint artificial landscapes and emphasize the geometrical forms within those landscapes.
Some of these spaces are collections of simple geometric forms limited in color. Arranged together, they create a minimalist esthetic that is calming to view.
Day three, an Italian spin on pouched Silver Salmon
Reads like a poetic reflection, a fantastic mythology, a travel guide written by a clairvoyant and a psychoanalysis of cities.
Smart phones are truly amazing. They put the world in your hand, something that was not even dreamed of when I was a kid growing up in the city of Yonkers. Back then transistor radios, stereos with high fidelity sound and console television sets with colored tubes were the consumer wonders of the day. ButContinue reading “Post Cards from the Archipelago”
My daughter Rebecca loves to create and painting is her primary means of expressing that. Lately, she had been selling some of her work – but not just to pay off a parking ticket! Her latest ‘commission’ was for her friend Hannah. Hanna wanted a painting to hang up in her dorm room. She textedContinue reading “Fund Raising – Part 2”
A few weeks ago, I acquired a banker’s box worth of older United States Post Office issued year books; each with a packet of that year’s commemorative stamps. The years of these books run from the mid seventies to the early nineties. They are all in post office fresh condition, never opened, which made thisContinue reading “Stamp Of The Week”
Door Country Wisconsin is a popular vacation spot for the inhabitants of the Archipelago. A visit to this narrow peninsula that juts out into the big waters of Lake Michigan is like stepping into a summer scene painted by Andrew Wyeth. The pace of life there is slow and relaxed. It is a place whereContinue reading “The Summer Retreat”