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Category Archives: artsy
We took a road trip to Western Massachusetts recently. Highlights included a trip to Herman Melville’s house, where he wrote Moby Dick. Mass Moca and the new Sol LeWitt Installation, on view now through 2033. (It feels weird to type … Continue reading
In an effort to declutter I have decided to take some pics of old projects that are getting grungy and taking up too much space in my life. I made this 3-D cardboard piece many years ago (in the 90s) … Continue reading
I spray painted and decorated an old dingy toolbox, filled it with some basic tools and gave it to my brother as a birthday gift.
Taken by David & Holly of us a while ago . . .
Finally got around to posting our Monhegan Island pics from our trip back in July. Highlights included high cliffs, fairy houses in the cathedral like woods, Artist’s at work, Poets and stunning hikes. You can visit for the day, but … Continue reading
Make your dreams of having your art work exhibited in a museum come true with the Modern Art Museum Effect.
My creation Originally uploaded by jjzach I was playing around with something called the Hockneyizer that allows you to make a quick collage from a single photograph. I’m a sucker for all the cool flickr tools out there.
We went to an exhibit called The Art of the Needle and I was really taken with a quilt by a woman named Ida W. Beck from Easton, PA. From afar it didn’t seem that unique, but the detail work … Continue reading
Here is a fun Flickr tool called Spell with Flickr that lets you type in a word or sentence and it spells it with photographs. If you don’t like the first letter it gives you click on the letter and … Continue reading