My body's ready, but my brain is not! I still haven't wrapped my brain around all this art. And I'm sad that I didn't get to see every last entry. Jessica just dropped me off at the airport a few minutes ago and I am sitting at gate A2 waiting for my first flight through Mpls. It looks like a promise of a beautiful day. Blue sky and the clouds are breaking up for jubilant rays of sunshine. We schlepped through the rain all day yesterday and I fought with a crazy umbrella capable of olympian calisthenics. I'll still be posting my top ten when I can organize the images. But here's a few more that I never got posted.
I wish this next one had been in a venue that showed it off. This a room full of translucent elastic cords stretched from floor to ceiling. It was in another old abandoned factory and this area was filled with them.
I know I haven't been relating the contents of artist statements, and it's a shame. I suppose I could've posted a link to every one of these images, but it's an overwhelming task - and I could find them (if you give me plenty of notice) if anybody out there is intrigued and needs more.
No, I'm not trying to pass this off as a work of art. It's a photo Jessica took of me right near the Lighthouse in Holland - a place I'd really enjoying come back to some day. It could happen. I'm already trying to figure out what I might do to enter next year. Anyone (with a trust fund) interested in collaborating . . .
They're setting up the doorway to board.
Have a great Sunday!