This is my second year volunteering with “Flashes of Hope“, getting to work with some incredible kids at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin in Milwaukee, WI.
Went out on a bike ride with Maxine this morning along Milwaukee’s lakefront on the way home, we found a 1967 lady’s Schwinn Breeze for $20 at a rummage sale. Minus some surface rust, dings, dents, bad cables and a front wheel that is in need of some truing it F*%#ing rocks. This is going to be our winter restoration project.
After searching around google I found the serial number code book for Schwinn. The bike was made in May of 1967 in Schwinn’s Chicago, IL plant.
This is a photo of my mother and myself from Feb. 1972
I miss you Mom.
Take a look at the September issue of Apollo Imagizing’s
E-flash to read a interview with yours truly.
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Here’s a updated list of all the Art O Mat machines that are currently stocking my work.
Pokd Museum of Art – Lakeland, FL.*
The Chicago Cultural Center – Chicago, IL.*
The Contemporary Museum Honolulu – Honolulu, HI.
Southwest School of Art and Crafts – San Antonio, TX.
Rayko Photo Center – San Francisco, CA.
Whole Foods – Washington, D.C.
Eiteljorg Museum – Indianapolis, IN.
Tiny Studio – Otsego, MI.
Purveyors of Art & Design – Boone, NC.
*are locations that carry both series Costa Rica
Congratulations Jess & BJ.
Milwaukee, WI 2009
I was searching my hard drives looking for some old images and I ran across some street musicians I photographed in Nashville, TN back in Oct of 2005
I found this out on a ride one day in Oak Creek, WI