Jane, Tim, Erin, Joe, Kurt, Beth. We had fun playing in Beth’s photo booth, and playing on her Wii.
Today is the last performance of our play, “Don’t Dress For Dinner.” It’s a matinee starting at 2 pm.
I hung 13 paintings at the Coho Cafe in Tofte last weekend. Now I need to get a collection ready to hang at The Wild Onion in Grand Marais. I can hang much bigger pieces at the Onion, and that show will go up very soon.
In about 2000, I started writing an online sci-fi story called THE ADVENTURES OF FLASH MERIDIAN. I’m gearing up to re-publish the project at FLASH MERIDIAN. Anyway, in looking through all those old files, I came across another picture of Heather’s 1961 Valiant, “Houston.” The car played the part of Celeste Vela (Heather)’s spaceship.
front row: Elsa (Director), Joe, Beth, Kurt, Sue (Creative Director, Grand Marais Playhouse)
back row: Erin, Jane, Tim. Photo taken by Scott Smith at the Raven
This morning I hung my show of paintings at the Coho Cafe in Tofte, MN. I forgot to take my camera with me, so I’ll have to post pictures later. After hanging the show, I rushed back to Grand Marais to work at the Co Op. Long day. Now I’m off to another night doing the play.
I have two pieces of artwork on wtip.org
Greg emailed me this picture that was taken at his wedding.
A while ago, I made a posting called “I let Heather drive my car” and in it, I referred to her ’61 Valiant, “Houston.” Here’s a picture of it behind my 1962 Chrysler (they would never have seen us coming!) Heather has a lot more pictures of the car – she even had her Senior portraits taken with it.
I did this painting two years ago or so, along with the one with the yellow background that was in DOG SHOW at the JHP. I just finished this one after leaving it alone all this time.
Here’s the poster and flier for the Music Festival. T shirts are ordered and should be here soon. http://www.wtip.org
White is not surrender, despite what you’ve been told. It’s clouds of hope.