Hello, 4-day weekend. So nice to have you here. So sorry to see you go… It’s been a lot of fun, having four consecutive days off and no homework to slog over. I painted. I meant to do a lot of other stuff, but I got into painty-land and just kind of stayed there. The large canvas is almost finished and I’m really in love with it. It’s my most ambitious painting to date. Here’s a li’l preview:
That’s only about one square foot of the 3′ x 3′ canvas. More about it when it’s done.
I went for a walk Sunday, in the industrial wasteland of North Charleston’s old navy yard. That place is a veritable goldmine of visual riches. See here:
an inexplicably festive balloon
the new sculptures are up at Riverside Park. this year’s show is better than last year’s.
this one makes noise. the wind hits the vertical steel poles & makes a bongy bell-type song.
the cattlegate. employees only, single-file, no pushing.
So that is my latest photo essay about the post-industrial world of North Charleston. I’m working on a new photo book through blurb.com. That’s on my list of Things I Should’ve Done, But I Just Painted Instead.