Month: March 2022
A Great White Pas de Deux
Great White sharks possess such a chilling sort of nobility as they glide through the oceans—the larger ones appearing almost cumbersome, like stately jet planes or submarines, cruising forward unstoppable, resplendent with hefty elegance and a linear foreboding wrought by some distinct impression of glacial inevitability. At times they appear to be quite aloof in their own environments … yet simultaneously aware, ever-aware. These … Read More A Great White Pas de Deux
Zanzibar Circus 3/17/22
It’s been awhile. Happy St. Patrick’s Day. At least the aliens are green.
My One and Only Bradshaw
There can be little question that I was fated to meet and become a friend of celebrated multi-media artist Robert Bradshaw, whose recent death at age 90 I am now saddened to report. Along with the sadness, I find myself a little bewildered that his passing was not marked with much (if any) public fanfare—Bob had long been an award-winning stalwart of both the … Read More My One and Only Bradshaw