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I finally got back to working on this painting. I was getting a little miffed because I think the work on the actual mountaintop removal strip job near Hale’s Gap, VA is progressing faster than I am. The Google Earth … Continue reading
Been mired in a depression / funk / fugue for the last week. The kind of thing that just completely slows you down to 0… And then makes you wonder if you haven’t been going backwards a little. Thinking a … Continue reading
My daughter and I have been trolling the Gutenberg Project e-books at bedtime, and we just finished Jules Verne’s 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea. In the part of the story when the Nautilus travels through the Sargasso Sea, the narrator, … Continue reading
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Tagged 20000 leagues under the sea, biodegradable, energy, George carlin, gyre, h.g. Wells, Jules Verne, ocean, painting, plastic, roots, sargasso sea
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…from maybe the Bronze Age or thereabouts, they might wonder at my ignorance when it comes to knowing when I am without a watch or calendar. I realized this the other night because it has been cloudy with oddly cold … Continue reading
Tagged art, art history, astronomy, calendar, cave paintings, moon, moon phases, painting, stargazing, stars, time, trees