When I was a kid growing up in Sacramento, the crocker art museum was about the only art exposure in town. It really opened 125 years ago on the corner of O and 3rd street near downtown #Sac. This place really has to be seen in person. It used to just be housed in the Crocker mansion, but … Read More
“Wuts guuud?? Oh snap, gurl, why it gotta be like that?” This painting by Charles “Chuckie” #Nahl is a great example of how bright or “lit” a painting can be using the right contrast and #color combinations. I think that must be what Nahl thought was his signature, besides the crazy-ass expressions on his horses’ faces. If one views this … Read More
If you get this, stop looking at art all day, move out of your mom’s house and put that art history degree to use.
I evidently don’t read “stay on the trail ” signs very well. This is Muirwoods. Have you gone yet? Go late afternoon if able–around 4PM. You get that kickass low photographers light through the trees. Also, bring your wide angle lens; these redwood trees are massive. Hiking boots only necessary if your trail sign reading skills are … Read More
Quit freakin,’ it’s just #Deakin. Okay, #artdork aside, this is Edwin Deakin, who started out as a #British#painter, but decided he wanted to be a #Californianmore. After losing nearly every possession he had in the great Chicago fire in 1871, he moved there permanently until his death at 84. I don’t typically like pictures of paintings because, well, they’re boring…but … Read More
Why leave me standing here? Let me know the way.#thanksagainbeatles
My #bestfriend and #bassist Leo Raymundo at#pikesmarket in #seattle with his wife. They are a classy combo. #blacksuitnosocks
Fern at Muir Woods State Park, Near SF, CA.
Light at the end of the tunnel.