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Post #691 • December 21, 2005, 9:45 PM • 7 Comments

I went to Taichung. Carolyn Zick went to Akureyri. Alesh went to Prague. Andrew Binder went to Luxor. Are artists more peripatetic than most folks? Peter Steinhart thinks so, noting that Raphael, when asked to register with the guild as to where he might be found, listed a dozen cities between Umbria, Tuscany, Le Marche, and Lazio. Now, we have airplanes, and the whole earth beckons.




December 21, 2005, 11:48 PM

Well, I'm going to pot, right here in Miami.


Mar Country

December 22, 2005, 12:53 AM

... and I'm just smokin' it, up here in Edmonton.

Who needs airplanes?



December 22, 2005, 4:07 AM

If only the price of fuel would plummet.
It is essential for Artists to travel in order to view things from a new perspective. Often just looking out the airbus window is enough to help one to objectively see a 'bigger picture'. Traveling across the Alps to Rome brought upon a Romantic view of the Sublimity of nature, over the man made antiquities that these Europeans sought to study from.
How can we experience such profundity today. Perhapes the exciting fear of being airborne is a clue in itself.



December 22, 2005, 11:04 AM

i'm, um, going to miami.

it's 27 degrees here in boston, and i can't wait to peel off three layers.



December 22, 2005, 9:49 PM

dont forget brian, claudia, leila and i just got back from NYC.
we have two new books each.



December 22, 2005, 9:56 PM

Right, right! I lost track of the days. How did that go?

Necee, drive safe. I read your article on the way over here and grabbed a copy. Nice work. They layed it out beautifully too - that's going to be a handsome clip.



December 27, 2005, 8:38 PM

necee - fire at studio37a over the holidays. Three years of large graphite drawings
were destroyed. Still, would love to see you. (The Norton has an Impressionist Exhibition
.. interested ?)



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