He was a British Surrealist painter. Just sayin'. I like any painting that has a danger sign in it. Just in principle.Now it is time for my new-fangled self-adhesion lessons wherein I adhere myself to soft objects and refuse to move for hours. I am in an aquarium when this happens. I breathe through handmade tubes. They are leaky, I get the bends.
Dear MM:Dahling.. its been so long! US just hides under the bed and it takes forever to extricate him... unless you wave a tasty treat in front of him. It is a great place to hide out though, except fot he dust bunnies, and Kitti gets a bit miffed. Never tried the bottom of the aquarium. Would be rather, ugh, damp...although, clothing would be optional? Love to Unca Fritz.
Hello USB! I am going to miss you 2 this year at Christmas. I hope you can get US out from under the bed. Have you tried doggie treats?Hi Dubz. How are your ideas? How are your paws?
My head is a swamped out place of confusion, boggy, soggy and what not.
rest easy, MM. love, Cyndy B.
i like thinking about the electrocutions here. the imminent danger in the stillness. apocalypse calls.
CYNTHIA. Where have you been my darling??? I have been missing your ways and means. I was meaning to ask you, can I post a letter of yours? Perhaps the easter letter? FB I am glad you see the apocalypse here. It is everywhere if you look hard enough. The key is not to be nervous about it. I am working on this.I am thinking so much about the British Surrealists from 1930's. Why are they my favorites, I have to come up with some text here. There is another painting I want to post - Scylla by Ithel Colqhoun. I saw it at the Tate Modern, trying to find an image I can post.
Hi MMs. I was scolded at the Tate Modern. Perhaps that's why I was lukewarm about the place. Also I went on Saturday which is about the dumbest idea for any museum visit.
Hi Krix!!! Did you see anything you liked? Please tell.
I have to go back and visit again. I was overwhelmed with London in general and on the day I went to the Tate, I was also hungover so it's hard for me to remember. There was a video installation. IT was a symphony made of pieces of films that I could've spent hours in front of. The Joseph Bueys stuff I likes too. I wish I could wrap myself up in felt and fat and gold paint right now.Here's another thing I likedhttp://www.tate.org.uk/modern/explore/work.do?id=8224&action=1I tried to take a picture (without flash, I'm not a total cretin.) Unlike the British Museum, you cannot take pictures. I thought I was going to get bounced by the really uptight dude who scolded.
This was the video installation.http://www.tate.org.uk/modern/explore/work.do?id=81113&action=1
MM, I am hijacking your comments. I forgot about this group of workshttp://www.tate.org.uk/modern/explore/room.do?show=1259&code=08&action=1 okay bye now.
Thanks Krix! I go check out. I get back to you.
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