This is blog post numero ciento-uno. I wish I had something cool to say like, "I've been accepted into UT Law School (yucky!) so I don't have to destroy my paintings at sunrise in an act of artistic frustration." Or maybe, "I'm having quintuplets! …again." whatever happened to those unmeltable blocks of government cheese? But no, I guess its really not that important.
I do want to say that I missed any chance to revisit Mass Gallery's "Related". So it will stay with what I said. Don't like what I said? Then read it again 'cause obviously you didn't read it right. I checked out Lesley Nowlin's photos 'cause I thought her portfolio looked pretty good. Online her images felt cinematic, but in the coffeeshop they didn't hold up. Mainly because of venue, but also the dimensions lessened the impact. I don't think I'll be attempting to review coffeshop shows. Unless they are doing something phenomenal. Not sure what that could be, but I'll know it when I sees it.
And lastly, JCvR, that's Jeanne-Claire van Ryzin, (Ms. van Ryzin if you're nasty) has started a blog over at the Statesman. Link is to the right under Blogroll as Seeing Things. Does anyone else feel the user interface on the arts section of the Statesman disorienting? I find it difficult to locate info on the whole Statesman site. Maybe they need a new web designer (wink, wink, nudge, nudge) to clean it up. Anyways, you could just use the link to get to her blog!
I'll tell you 'bout what I sees.