In honor of the recently departed Sid Haig, comes this painting from a couple years past. It’s the usual acrylic and graphite on joint compound, mounted on a sturdy wooden panel and framed in hemlock. 9.5″ x 14″
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I did a tiny amount of work on a painting while listening to instrumental tracks from the album Master Cylinder by the band Caveman Shoestore, the members of which were and are all monsters in their own right.
The outside of the pot doesn’t touch the food.
The sound of a quill scratching across parchment centered us as a civilization.
I’m a pop music fan. I love a good pop song. And when you’ve got cross-over appeal and immaculate production, it’s a confection hard not to gorge on.
So how is it that this wasn’t the biggest hit of the decade?
Wear headphones (not ear-buds) if you really want to enjoy the production.
And yeah, thanks to whoever does advertising for Target for bringing this song to a wider audience.
I would like to personally move towards something like ‘Content-less Fridays’. A full day would be great, especially in conjunction with ‘content-less’ extended periods of time every day.
No screens (except as needed solely for work). No mindless feed-scrolling on the phone. No TV. No streaming. No checking CNN. No TV-on-in-the-background. No Facebook. No nothing.
Also, no radio, Spotify, no consumption of any media whatsoever.
No music, no reading, neither books nor magazines.
You may look at nature, or art (in person only, not online, no instagram, no pictures on your phone).
You may interact with yourself, your friends, family, strangers, pets. You may look out the window. You may engage in your day. You may be alone with your thoughts.
This Bobby Caldwell song is pretty-much perfect, but the last two minutes or thereabouts is irrefutably so.