Summertime 17

Ihave abandoned technology for the most part this summer, with the exception of photography and maybe checking on concert tickets. It’s quite liberating I must add. I also abandoned the brushes, not so liberating but a break to rejuvenate is good for the creative forces. Back in the studio today – packing up a few smaller pieces for a show, enjoying the peaceful lake breezes dancing in the treetops. I’ll savor these few hours as I have a summer to return to and as usual it’s been a busy one. Con

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No. 1 The Bumble-bee

Growing up the youngest of seven with considerable age gaps between them and I, I was privy to many aspects of life that others my age weren’t. Having two late teens brothers in the 70’s meant that one of those wonderful aspects was rock and roll. Without digressing into a bio on my wild childhood I will state a few things…..Van Halen was a regular on the turntables of the house. If our parents weren’t home, the neighborhood also “enjoyed” Van Halen. My brothers had milk crates lined up full of

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