Are eye doctors the new power art brokers?
my husband is an opthomologist. he and i have had a passion for art for years. i started studying at glassell for years. i've always drawn. we bought this building in march of last year. it's been a bar, a seafood restaurant, dance ware studio. i made a deal with him that i would help him design and remodel the offices if i could do the walls. that was the event that we had on saturday. the paintings will remain in the building, probably for a few months.
arthur turner = teaches at glassell, watercolor, in mfah, show in ny
, roberta harris = also taught at glassell, also sundry other schools and workshops aroudn the country, big show this year in dallas. one of the outstanding woman artists in texas. the rest of us like to think of ourselves as somewhat emerging, showing at juried shows around the city.
the theme had to do with eyes and butterflies, and big pieces. black and white fine art photography. it's just very unusual and extraordinary black and white photography, which i don't
we own a fourplex around the corner on banks. the noise at ernie's is bad enough
it's a little bit cleaned up now, although we did get tagged last weekend.
the kids go there from time to time. there are dark red lights, whatever that means.
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