I picked up some old editions of Green Egg back in June from a free box at a new age shop. They proved as entertaining as their covers. Posting the stream of badly taken cell phone photos I shot Robin months ago now because I just ran into a fascinating obituary for one of their editors, Morning Glory Zell Ravenheart.
I also joined the BROS in wubbing it up. Photo credit to chrisfmarra.
"There are problems in this universe for which there are no answers," Paul said. "Nothing. Nothing can be done."
A shot of myself in The Brothers Avienne at Artscape, DNA Theatre’s aerial retelling of the Swan Brothers folktale.
Photo by Al Drago for the Baltimore Sun, link.
A wonderful 1992 conversation with the great Leonard Cohen on creative process, hard work, and the dignity of song.
Shanties and Sea Songs, Part 1
A friend asked for some sea shanties so I made him a thing- might as well share.
Rembrandt van Rijn - The Three Trees (1643)
(drypoint, engraving, varied depths of etched lines, and a speckled tone)
This piece is noteworthy not only for it’s own aesthetic value but also for bearing traces of a sketch probably for The Death of the Virgin, a piece he returned to in 1639.
Hipsters, your beard has just been emasculated. The power, the majesty, the might - all belong to your dad’s face-carpet. It beat ass, smelled of rich whiskey with sea salt and was weathered with reckless behavior.
"I don’t drink. I used to drink, and then I drank too much, and I had to stop. That surprises a lot of audiences. I don’t look like someone who used to do anything. I just look like I was sitting in a room in a chair, eating saltines for like, twenty eight years.”