Sunday, January 27, 2008

Grapevine Entry

(1st Avenue South, St. Pete)

Kerouac on a Paper Towel Dispenser

(The Men's Room at Haslam's Bookstore, St. Pete).


Kerouac's years in St. Petersburg.

Kerouac's house here.

Thursday, January 24, 2008

Gallery Walk

Highly Recommended: Emerging Artist Invitational, exhibiting until February 24, at the Florida Craftsmen Gallery. The exhibit includes Florida artists with no prior solo exhibitions.
At right, incense sticks and paper make up Burn Book (Gabriel) Volume 3, by Martin Casuso of Miami...

...Liliana Crespi's ethereal Sanctuary...

...down the street at the Arts Center, Robert Stackhouse & Carol Mickett exhibit with Waves of Meaning until February 23...

The exhibit includes large sculpture, an example of which is perfectly captured by my shitty camera phone. In the Blue is created from painted cypress. Walking through is wonder, and disconcertion all at the same time, as the wood out of the periphery reminds one of storm debris.

Sunday, January 20, 2008

Main Switch

(Downtown St. Pete)

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Saturday, January 12, 2008

Stuck in the Muck

Low tide at Old Tampa Bay, looking from Clearwater to the Bayside Bridge.

Sunday, January 06, 2008

Sketches in Bare

Vulturous-looking outside of St. Pete...

A crane set to raise a new condo in downtown St. Pete...

...and a grass-free yard in St. Pete Beach.