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A young"ish" Buckminster Fuller and a flexible skin geodesic dome about the time he taught at Black Mountain College!

Please come over and see my comments and photos on my other blog "When I Was 69." And sometimes I have some ancestry information on the blog "Three Family Trees."

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Sunday, November 22, 2020

Art tells the truth about mid-life bodies


 More models are not shown, but have their feet on the side of this painting. 

As published by FaceBook as follows:

'Myths, tales, and historical records featuring positive depictions of powerful middle-aged female figures are few and far between. There is no herstory relating a sisterhood of midlife goddesses, no codified body of literature to which we can turn for affirmative examples of a profound and potent midlife. Real life role models are sparse, as well, although there certainly have always been, in every era and society, remarkable exceptions—powerful middle-aged women who were rulers, adventurers, artists, entrepreneurs, scientists, spiritual leaders—mature, glamorous, and courageous sheroes of all stripes.'' -Donna Henes, The Queen of My Self: Stepping into Sovereignty in Midlife
And we were birds by Aleah Chapin - Artist

Here's her website: Aleah Chapin

Tuesday, November 17, 2020

Red House show - Chapter VIII


I was glad to see a hand made book...though this one was a bit strange to me. 

Speaking of strange...this jar by myself sits right next to the strange book!

Some more paintings on boxes, by another artist.

Monday, November 16, 2020

Red House Show - Chapter VII


Sorry to have cut off some of this still life.

And you get to see the reflection of the iPhone taking this photo of a photo.

I really liked this one...though it makes me feel as if I've been in that bar for too long...

Sunday, November 15, 2020

Red House Show - Chapter VI


Various hand-crafted ornaments!

I must have shown this one before, because I remember someone saying it would fit right into their bathroom decor. Sorry about that (repost).