Lynch lives the art life

It has been over a week, but I haven’t forgotten my blog. I am excited and moved by the idea of consistency and longevity in one’s art practice. Recording your thoughts via blog, journal, etc. is a beneficial thing to do, simply because it is an act of consistency. I appreciate routine- and getting lost… Continue reading Lynch lives the art life

Kin, Ancestral Celebration

Today is my Grandmaw Jean’s 91st Birthday. I called her and she told me she loves me, for the first time I believe. Not because she doesn’t love me, but because her generation doesn’t show it. I call my Grandmothers every week. Talking on the phone to my Grandmothers is one of the sweetest gifts… Continue reading Kin, Ancestral Celebration

War and Peace

War and Peace shall be my next book, following the four I am in the middle of now. I choose this title because I believe that reading it will place a lot of later literature into context. It’s like the spore of the fiction world’s mycelium. Currently, I am on part three of The Warmth… Continue reading War and Peace

As I wait for my laundry,

As I wait for my laundry, I will do a wrap up of my cultural consuming over the weekend. I didn’t physically visit any galleries, museums, performances or public art. After 3 days of art handling, you get the itch to paint and conceptualize your ideas. My coworker described: “an artist working as an art… Continue reading As I wait for my laundry,

Today was a fun/heavy day at work.

I worked non-stop today cataloging artist edition prints by Niki de Saint Phalle (1930-2002, French-American) for her retrospective that opens next week. Her prints are a careful cultivation of naiveté, whimsical, sketchbook-like illustrations and writing. They are HUGE prints of PRISTINE quality in editions of up to 150. So I ask the question, how does… Continue reading Today was a fun/heavy day at work.