RCBz, Carina, Miguel, Dean, Jude, Diane, Nancy and Raphael

Speed blogging continues: RCBz has sent me a forest of great images, each with a through-line of anger at the sorry state of American politics. Of course, there's more to his work than that but that's what jumps out at me. I feel your pain, RCBz and thank you for sharing your precision smart bombs with me.

More great work from Carina, Dean, Miguel and Diane. Carina sez: "Keep up the idea of art?!!?" I second that emoticon. (Including the question marks). Thank you, people.

Good to get new things from Nancy and Raphael 'L. (Observe the tiny seascape of San Torini in NBS work) (I just made that up). Jude Weirmeir is off the charts (no pun intended) these days. I think I've received five of his cards in the past two months, each with a John Cage-like composition that forces a re-thinking of the whole idea of music. (Actually, it doesn't actually force a re-thinking but you could rethink it if you were of a mind to. My rhetorical flourishes have a way of lifting up into the gasosphere). Thank you, Ladies and Gentlemen. (The management wishes to note that Marie Wintzer's stain was used as a backdrop for all these blogposts).

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Comment by Nancy Bell Scott on September 22, 2016 at 12:55pm

I love your worldly speed-blogs, Dave. Speed-blogging could become a fine type of Olympics competition, for marginal older people.

The San Torini seascape was made just for you. 

Comment by Katerina Nikoltsou (MomKat) on September 22, 2016 at 12:15pm

This is a super Blog Jam! Wow!

Comment by Dean aka Artist in Seine on September 22, 2016 at 1:00am

Happy it arrived.  What a blog.



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