Monthly Archives: September 2013

Honey, I’m home!

The Delaware Water Gap, 9X12, painted on another stopover along Route 80. Well my rig’s a little old,But that don’t mean she’s slow.There’s a flame from her stack,And the smoke’s rolling black as coal.My hometown’s coming in sight,If you think I’m happy you’re right.Six days on the road and I’m gonna make it home tonight… […]

Artisan This

Artisan Tostitos? Seriously? I’m thinking of a new advertising slogan: Artisan Art. In a world where one can buy Artisan Bread, Artisan Cheese, and mass-produced Artisan Tortilla Chips,the term “artisan” has been devalued. May as well jump right in. During the Renaissance, the individuality of the artist was not of particular importance—he was celebrated for […]