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I recently traveled to Massachusetts and came across this city park. It attracted my attention because it is the smallest park I have ever seen in my life. It's about five feet deep and twenty feet long which makes it about four times longer than the sign on the wall....

I found this artist's statement in the window of a studio in Gloucester, Massachusetts. Unfortunately the studio was closed so I was unable to meet the artist or view his work. But the little I could see from street level looked very interesting.

If there ever was definitive proof of humans insatiable need for symmetry this is it.

January 25, 2017

Noun1.vernacular art - a genre of art and outdoor construction made by an untrained artist who does not recognize him/herself as an  artist, a form/type of

naive art, outsider art, primitive...

September 28, 2016

Four hundred miles on 66 straight through the California desert into Arizona in one day. Nothing much to see out there except rocks, lizards and buzzards looking for their next meal.

When it's 118 degrees and you've got a broken AC you drive fas...

August 24, 2016

The word on the street (pun intended), is that “Street Photography”, which has been around for a very long time, is now coming into its own and will finally be considered an important segment of fine art photography. In years past it was thrown into the photojournalism...

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