Wednesday, January 17, 2007

Happy Birthday to Moi!

Always liked sharing a birthday with these guys, their such a hoot at the party! The hottie at the top is Anton Chekhov, Russian writer of short stories and plays. Middle man is Muhammad Ali, aka Cassius Clay "float like a butterfly sting like a bee," some say the precursor for rap music, oh and world heavy weight boxer champion. Then the electrifying Ben Franklin, signer of DOI, inventor, statesman, lived on Milk Street in Philly.

Sunday, January 07, 2007

Event at White Lotus Home, New Brunswick NJ

Seven assemblage pieces will be on display at White Lotus Home in New Brunswick New Jersey through March 21st. Here is the invite for the opening event.


On Jan 11, 2007, White Lotus Home will be sponsoring the first ever Community Art and Home Design Event. Local artists and interior designers will be showcased at 191 Hamilton Street. Please join us from 6:00 PM-9:00 PM for live music and light organic refreshments.

-This is a free event focused on artists and interior designers who want to display a green approach to design

- January 11th, 2007 from 6 Pm until 9PM

- 191 Hamilton Street, New Brunswick NJ 08901

- RSVP is a must! Please email

- Sponsors welcome

- If inclement weather should occur, the event will be rescheduled to January 18 2007

Tuesday, January 02, 2007

Off to Kansas: Baker Arts Center

"Whiter than Rice" is off to Kansas! If any of you happen to be in that area stop by for a visit. I will be east coast bound for the duration of the visit. Here is the press release:

Baker Arts Center
10th National Juried Art Exhibit
January 13-February 24, 2007
Juror Stephen Wicks, an Independent Curator has sleected over 70 works of art created by 58 artists from 27 states and the District of Columbia to be exhibited in the Baker Arts Center's 10th National Juried Art Exhibition. This year's show will include artwork showing great diversity in materials, techniques, and styles among the two and three-dimensional and photographic categories. Exhibit sponsors are Bill and Virginia Colvin. The Center also receives operational support from the Kanasas Arts Commission and the National Endowment for the Arts.
This exhibit opens with a private reception for the artists, their guests, and members on January 13th and will be open to the public on January 16th. Gallery hours are Tuesday through Friday 9:00-5:00, 2:00 to 5:00 on Saturdays and closed Mondays. The address is Baker Arts Center 624 N. Pershing, Liberal Kansas.