Monthly Archives: December 2014

Je Ne Regrette Rien

Regret is the theme of New Year’s. Another year has flown by, leaving us nursing our wounds and inadequacies. We are one year away from the bouncing baby closer to the old man with the beard. In thinking about why … Continue reading

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Becoming Cleopatra

Baudelaire had a cabinet full of images for the artist – artist as circus performer, as a skilled worker who toils away at a craft, even as a snake charmer working with dangerous matter.  The personas multiply, doubling on themselves, … Continue reading

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Post-Modern Hearth

What does warm and dry look like? This week when I was battling the epic downpour in Boston, I kept thinking about warm and dry.  Sheets of rain were flying at a diagonal, lines of umbrellas being pushed against bus … Continue reading

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Goya’s Eyes Wide Open

Francisco Goya is our man.   A man of the people, a man of the courts. A man of the hunt, a man of famine. A man of Woman and a man of children. A man of Wars. It all came … Continue reading

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