Previous: supplemental images

Next: jetlag, i hardly knew ye

packed

Post #703 • January 7, 2006, 12:44 AM • 7 Comments

I'm packed, and ready for the trip back. People have extended so many kindnesses to me today, and for the last four weeks, that to try to acknowledge them one by one would add foolishness to a unsatisfiable debt of gratitude. Thank you everyone. You know who you are. I'll go home and do my best to make art that justifies your goodness to me.

Comment

1.

Thierry Kron Traube

January 7, 2006, 9:36 AM

My firs visit to your Blog, through Lunettes Rouges, who living in London is available on Le Monde Blogs, like me who is living in Zürich just around the corner of a Swiss Bank., I'm kidding Zürich is a very good place for Art. I am very often in Miami, not for Art's sake, but I allways enjoy your MMAM on the way to Bal Harbour and the place for Art on Lincoln Road. What I really dislike is the Balel Miami Fair, bur who cares?
I'm surprised to be just able to read and writte on this Blog, maybe I'm wrong and I should look for ^some illustrations.
So dear Franklin, are you happy,? if not because I out myself to much for your taste, I'll try to do better next time.
It's very late here back in Zürich, I am kind of very drunk by being tired, hello to you All, Franklin and his visitors.
If you ever visit the Blogs at Le Monde, the french leading Newspapers, and go to Big picture or République des livres, don't be afraid by the hateness spread bt the gales and guys commentators, French people are very harsh with words.
Have a good SoBe day,
your's very friendly

2.

proud of myself

January 7, 2006, 5:20 PM

It's over now 'blog'ble

3.

Jack

January 8, 2006, 1:17 PM

For those of you still planning to hit Art Miami, look for a painting that's totally out of place and has no business being there: an early portrait of a beautiful red-haired young woman in a black dress by Renoir, done when he was about 22. This is before he went Impressionist, so it's not in his familiar style. I can't remember the gallery's name, which I should have written down, but she made the trip for me.

I went because I had a free pass and nothing better to do, and since I knew pretty much what to expect, I wasn't disappointed. The fair may somewhat less awful than last year, but that's hardly saying much.

4.

jordan

January 9, 2006, 6:21 AM

I / we would like it if you could select and present to the public an ink drawing done in China that conveys your ideals regarding 'quiet'.

5.

Franklin

January 9, 2006, 6:32 AM

Consider it done, Jordan. I'm back and we can arrange it.

6.

Jack

January 9, 2006, 7:01 PM

Jordan when and where is this "Quiet" show again? It's not listed in Go See Art, which would be a good idea.

7.

George

January 10, 2006, 12:07 AM

OffTopic

but interesting...Cells That Read Minds

Subscribe

@franklin_e

franklin.e

Offers

Other Projects

Legal

Design and content ©2003-2017 Franklin Einspruch except where otherwise noted