I found this on a blog today and I had to share it.
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It’s been a while since my last blog… but I have an excuse, really. My wife and I just bought and moved into a new home, and have been scrubbing it from head to toe, for eight to ten hours a day, for the last ten days. Ugh… This is a self-portrait I did of Maxine and myself after the first ten hour scrubbing session, on our very first day in our new home.
Though I’m a regular blood donor, I had no idea I reached the 4 gallon mark. I received this certificate in the mail this week. It’s hanging on my fridge!
It was 731 days (leap year) ago to day that I tricked Maxine into saying I DO.
Happy Anniversary, I love you.
This is a photo from our trip this past March up Ramsey’s Cascade in the Great Smoky Mountains.
If you find yourself on a road trip this summer. Keep your eyes open for my work in these Art O Mat machines.
Argentum – Wakefield, RI
Crocker Art Museum – Sacramento, CA
Sam Flax – Orlando, FL
Whole Foods – DC
Rayko Photo Center – San Francisco, CA
Chambers Hotel – Minneapolis, MN
Accents Design – Goshen, IN
UNL – Lincoln, NE
If you have not done so already please email, fax and call you Senators and Congress person to ask them to vote NO on both the House of Representatives Orphan Works bill and the Senate Orphan Works bill. Both bills are way to broad and seriously limit an artist’s right to protect their own work. Even the House bill, which is being touted as the better bill, puts the onus on the artist to register their images twice, with the Copyright Office and with a newly developed Orphan Works registry, in order to not be considered an Orphan or “abandoned” Work.
You can use the follow web sites to get information to contact you appropriate representative. I faxed, email and called my represenatives and I urge you to do the same.
For more information on the issue please go to:
I would like to say Happy Mothers Day to every mother I know. And share this photo of my mother and father from March 1969. I love you and miss you Mom.
Happy Cinco De Mayo!
This sucks… I can still remember filling my mother’s tank up for the very first time, after getting my driver’s license – gas was a whopping $ .97 a gallon. Oh how times have changed.