(I’m posting this because I’m participating in it and I want to get the word out to other artists) FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE EVENT: Tour des Artistes: http://www.tourdesartistes.com DATE: June 24, 2006: noon to 10pm The East Village Arts District, Inc. is pleased to announce Tour des Artistes 2006, the eighth annual visual and performing arts Read more >>
Just a quick heads up to let you all know I have a couple of Polaroids in the latest issue of ILOVEFAKE magazine. Jolijn emailed me last week asking for my age and location, and while I emailed her back, I think she decided that it was just best for everyone involved if I was Read more >>
I have an entry about my last night on the island, started on Sunday morning before my boat left, but it is long and there is a lot left to write on it, so I’m saving the draft and just letting you know that I’ve arrived safely. By the time I made it to Los Read more >>
Mom’s condition is worse than we thought; I am returning to the States as soon as possible. I should be there by Monday night.
It has been difficult to stay up to date in this space – it is not so much that there is a whirlwind of activity, it is more that my head is not quite sharp lately. Everything is a little out of focus. I lose track of time, so that instead of a regimented series Read more >>
My view Originally uploaded by briannaorg. A few of us got together tonight to paint four fast paintings of thirty minutes each. This week’s subject was pastries (my favourite subject!) and the results were marvelous. You can see images at Flickr.
The power is out in my apartment – it could be the fuse, or an act of fate, but I spent a lot of time in the warm computer lounge today, when I wasn’t walking around shooting photos with my Holga. I was in the lounge when Maria texted me about dinner – did I Read more >>
Ancient wall, flowers Originally uploaded by briannaorg. Today, we walked half the island with John. We started in Aspro Xorio, a tiny village between Aliki and Drios, and climbed into the hills among the wildflowers, taking the old Byzantine road into the mountain. We stopped at a stream for awhile and lay in the sun, Read more >>
Agios Yannis….something. Originally uploaded by briannaorg. Yesterday morning, the new students found a skull near the Cave of the Nymphs. I bluffed that it was a goat skull, knowing that I had seen it last term during one of my solitary trips down to the chapel in the rocks, but the girls looked closer and Read more >>
Geraniums Originally uploaded by briannaorg. Scanned and uploaded more negatives that I developed yesterday in the darkroom. They have not been touched up or modified, so they are kind of scratchy or bent or all the other things that any negatives of mine who survive the loading end up being. At the end of the Read more >>