Karin Bugge view from the trail
Yes.Thanks for posting these, for those, like me, who don't get to attend.
You would have loved it, Jean. Mr. V has quite a following.
Sounds like it's a fun showing...
Is that Robert Redford?
I should go. Glad lots of people came. Mr V must be legendary.
His art is amazing! He is also VERY interesting...
I'm looking forward to this.
It is a truly great show! The crowd was huge and I feel privileged to have been there.I'll go back to take a closer look at the work.
I'm so glad I went too. It was a fascinating show and, yes, a brilliant group of people. I watched the video while a gentleman provided commentary about the murals. He'd watched them being made back in the day. After the video he expressed his awe of artists, especially those who do figurative art. I thought of you, Jean.
I hope I get to see more photos of his work. Is there anything online?
I think an excavation trip to Venice is in order.JJ
You give me ideas. Wouldn't it have been great to set up a camera on a tripod timed for every 30 seconds in front of the scary AAA road map photo? We would have a solid document of a whole lot of brilliant people. (I think thats Kent Twitchell Mr V's talking to).I was so happy to see you guys come. It's always a relief to see folks who have your back (and your best interest at heart) when your anxious and having to work the crowds. Made me happy. Big phew on the show. It was a successful opening. Mr V was relieved and one of the critics from the Times came by to do a write up. If that goes well..then all is swellThanks AH(Shanna, Jim. Deseri, Susan, Mary, Rod, Tash, Linda, Ruben) and Terry, where ever you may be.
And Barry, PA.Successful? It was so crowded I could barely move. People spilled out the backdoor and the frontdoor. (Yes, that camera idea for next time. And by the way, you can work a crowd, yes indeedy.)
....and Barry, my apologies Barry/Dez. No one deserves to be left out of the "thanks" who made that demon drive over to the "West Side"
PasAdj: It's not Twitchell, although the hair is the same color. Jim got some good photos. I'll send you some. Maybe I should post some on my blog?
I'll go with you, Bellis. I wasn't able to make the opening but J and I want to see the show.
Thanks for sending me to the site. I knew nothing about this art or location and learned a bit. Good idea, PJ, for even more photos of the art.
KarinThe figure standing in in front of the photographic piece reminds me of a horror film "The Creeping Unknown" 1962, where a giant carpet monster attacks lovers at night in their convertible and sucks them into it's innards. I highly recommend this film. It set the tone for art for the next 50 years. And that influence expires on Oct 14, 2012; after lunch.Thanks for the coming everyone, and thanks Karin, for taking these interesting photos
Oh, well now, I'll never let anyone know about the night you and PA were out for 4th of July and we talked about Robbe-Grillet, Alain Resnais, and the second-person narrative. It'll be our guilty secret. It was a great opening.
"The Creeping Unknown" is next on my Netflix queue.Enough mescal and that translates into Claude Chabrol
I know a brilliant, and funny, person too!
I don't know brilliant people, unless you count.
I think everyone is brilliant in their own way and/or behavior. D.wv: byxecty ???
Mr. V, Do we need to chat? :)V ( aka Ms. V)