11.28.18 Hi! November 2018 is winding down and I’m getting ready for December, but before we draw this month to a close, I wanted to reflect on how thankful we should be. Be thankful that you woke up this morning because God didn’t have to, but He did. Be thankful for the roof over your head, even though it is not in the best shape. Be thankful for the clothes on your back, may not be Gucci, Stella McCartney, or Elie Saab, but it’s ok. Be thankful for the food on the table, not only that but to be able to properly eat the food! Be thankful for your family, may not be the best family, but still be thankful. Be thankful for your health…can not stress that enough. Lastly, be thankful for the small things, kind words, to love one another, because that what we all need…to love one another. Enjoy the rest of your Wednesday, be blessed. Image source: Future Stuffs Advertisements
11.28.18 Hello, my friends. The last Wednesday for this month and I found something great from Art Basel. Just a few details about the event, which will be held in Hong Kong in March 2019. Please read on… Credit source: Art Basel ART BASEL IN HONG KONG March 29 – 31, 2019 Our Hong Kong show, held at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, features premier galleries from Asia and beyond. Underlining Art Basel’s commitment to the region, half of the participating galleries once again have exhibition spaces in Asia and Asia-Pacific. The show provides an in-depth overview of the region’s diversity through both historical material and cutting-edge works by established and emerging artists. You can go online to http://www.artbasel.com/hong-kong for the following information: The Show Exhibitors Meet the Gallerists Visitor Information Travel Opening Hours & Venue Private View (by invitation only)Wednesday, March 27, 2019, 2pm to 8pmThursday, March 28, 2019, 1pm to 5pm Vernissage (by invitation only)Thursday, March 28, 2019, 5pm to 9pm Public DaysFriday, March 29, 2019, 1pm to 8pm (12 noon to 1pm VIP …
11.26.18 Hello all…Doing something different for this post. Have found three articles from ARTnews. All three are archives for this month…respective. Hope you enjoy them and the rest of your Monday evening, be blessed. Credit source: ARTnews From the Archives: Walter Pach on Eugène Delacroix’s ‘Liberty Leading the People,’ in 1946 BY The Editors of ARTnews POSTED 11/23/18 10:00 AM From the Archives: Looking at Laurie Simmons’s Work Over the Decades BY Alex Greenberger POSTED 11/16/18 12:29 PM Then and Now: Warhol’s Back—Again BY The Editors of ARTnews POSTED 11/09/18 9:30 AM Image source: (featured image: unknown)Eugène Delacroix, Liberty Leading the People, 1830.VIA WIKIMEDIA COMMONSLaurie Simmons, Big Camera/Little Camera, 1976, gelatin silver print.COURTESY THE ARTIST AND SALON 94Andy Warhol, Before and After , 1962.©THE ANDY WARHOL FOUNDATION FOR THE VISUAL ARTS, INC. AND ARTISTS RIGHTS SOCIETY (ARS), NEW YORK/WHITNEY MUSEUM OF AMERICAN ART, NEW YORK
11.24.18 Hi again… Due to wifi difficulties, there will be no Where To this month. My apologies for this, but you never know how technology behaves. Hope you guys have a great and blessed Thanksgiving weekend. Image source: www.desktop-background.com
11.24.18 Hello…late entry for today, but this will make up for it. This is for those who want to up their game in photography. Thanks to Art Show. Credit source: Art Show Photographic call for entry “diptych” A Smith Gallery in Johnson City, TX seeks entries for a juried photography exhibition, January 18 to March 10, 2019. Thirty to thirty-five images will be selected for the exhibition. A Blurb full-color catalog of the exhibit with all the accepted entries will be available for purchase. Awards are $325 for Juror’s Award, $250 for Director’s Award, discretionary Director Honorable Mentions each receiving an exhibition catalog and $100 for Visitors’ Award. Juror: Kevin Tully. Photographers of all levels are invited to submit work reflecting the theme “diptych.” $38 for the first 5 images, and $7 for each additional image. Deadline: December 3, 2018. More info. Contact: email or call 512-422-4080. LACDA “Snap to Grid” Open Call, every entry shown! The Los Angeles Center for Digital Art seeks artists for an un-juried international exhibit featuring digital art and photography December 13, 2018 – January …
11.21.18 Hello! As the title states…NO MIDWEEK UPDATES FOR TODAY, but come back this Saturday for a Weekend Update and Where To. Until then, please have a happy, wonderful, blessed, and very safe Thanksgiving. Just don’t eat too much. Image source: TheaBridge & wpnature.com
11.19.18 Happy Monday everyone! I wanted to return to literature, a writer who has resurfaced into my radar. This month’s Shadow Spotlight belongs to Anne Rice. If you don’t know who she is, let me jog your memory…Interview With the Vampire or Queen of the Damned? A writer of gothic, erotic, and then later Christian literature, Rice, is one of those writers that have put a definite stamp in vampire fiction. Rice’s books have sold over 100 million copies, which makes her the most popular authors in American history. I’ve found a few videos of interviews with the writer to give you an insight into Rice and her views on being a writer and a few other things. Her newest novel, Blood Communion: A Tale of Prince Lestat, which continues into the Vampire Chronicles, has just been released. You can find the newest book on Amazon and Barnes and Noble. Enjoy the rest of your Monday, be blessed. Image source: NOLA.com
11.14.18 This post is a tribute to Stan Lee, who passed away Monday. Here is a guy who created the heroes and villains you see today. Generations have enjoyed and appreciated the stories and now a whole new generation can see the works. Here is a video tribute from Marvel and IMDB. He has left an incredible legacy. Rest in peace, Mr. Lee. Hope you enjoy the rest of your Wednesday, be blessed.