Batman! Aurora has captured the the look of retina under
thumb compression... those dancing geometries you see when rubbing
your eyes, getting whacked on the head, or over the influence
of under the counter substances. "My Love Affair With The
Abstract" is all of those things and flowers, too.
Kassor knows what the road to my brother's house looks like,
and says it in "How Nice It Was". Now, when someone
talks about fine threads, I no longer think of Armani. I think
saw the handwriting on the wall when entering the solo room
zone of Marit Dik, a Dutch artist visiting Phoenicia for the
Hudson River Quadricentennial celebration. Calligraphic Warholian
scribbles coalesce into a fabric of paintings and graphite
graphics. A modern cave painter.
slew the boar with her dagger. Flesh is good. Cucumbers are
Ruth said that.
quintessential wired man Bronson Eden tickes the silicon ivories
in his neurologically inspired breadboard, "The Philosopher".
If it's blinking, it likes you!
Fliegel's "Gold Abstract" is bound to be the very
next craze. Just like the E - Lectrical banana it appears
to imitate. Or is it just my 'magination?
we've done it. a beheadin beholdin to no one, a modern day Medusa
maskquerading as Barbie. Leslie Geertsema, is that what you are
Kislin: "Waiter, there's a fly on my plaque"
"Go see a hygienist."
quick glance at "The Fly's favorite trophy" will
save you a trip to the brain dentist.
Green starts with a doctor's office chair and ends up with
a wired contraption that would fit in comfortably in a Texas
penitentiary. "Stool Time" derives its name from
what happens to you when you hit the switch and turn on
Hall spent some time "Remembering Watergate".
Who or what is representd by the angel? I don't remember
that part of the story.
Minglis gets all wrapped up in this month's theme. Underwire,
overwire, coils and goils. It's named after the shoot-from-the-hip
femme fatale, "Barbed Wire".
Mirsky just made a nice painting. "Sunset".
I looked for hidden meanings and found none.
Owen does some ivory tickling himself in this fabulous fauve
without a title. Not even "Untitled". How about
Ricard takes his comix seriously. Unlike his school assignments.
That's why he is "Not Doin' Homework".
are among us. "Saucer Captain" is proof. Dave
Channon found this interstellar craft at Area 28. A little
known government facility for studying extra-terestrials
at Shandaken Town Hall.
Schwab further explores the saucer theme in this representation
of primordial Pangaea entitled, "Tabletop With Stone
and Shells Inlay".