…isolated, most of the time. Art is a lonely profession, but it also gives me a lot of time to live in my own head. Sometimes to shut it up, i sleep. Today is Martin Luther King Jr. day. So i am thinking of him. i think he wouldn’t be happy with us (humans), our…
she doesn’t know how beautiful she is
which is why she feels limited at 25, usually the speed of youth flies by. Oy, that was a bit hard to come up with. Myer’s Plants & Pottery…i wish i had bought her too.
the nautilus can make math cool
and it makes for some fantastic art
the frog that held a heart
a locally famous Alabama artist who’s name i’ve quite forgotten…
there be dragons
i wonder if anyone can break Medusa’s curse?
Louis Rosenthal sculpture (my great-grandfather)
He is my Great grandfather. I was lucky enough to photograph a private collection. Someday…i hope to own some. http://www.louisrosenthalmuseum.org for more info on this treasure of my past.
…i just wanted to share
Totally blowing my own horn, or rather, my own Shofar. Tomorrow night Rosh Hashanah begins. The Jewish New Year. This interview is about my family, photography & my art. I’m really…flattered to find myself here. The painting of Moses above, is the one of which i speak of in the magazine. Sculpture with watercolor,…
a museum in his pocket…
The title of this post was a story told to me by my father. Louis Rosenthal was walking around downtown Baltimore with his young son. A man stopped to greet Louis & said to Louis’s son, “Your father walks around with a museum in his pocket” I love that my own son has a drive…
Atlas is a woman?!
I would think Atlas would need someone to help, as it is my opinion, that man cannot succeed without his opposite, to give him the balance needed to hold the world aloft.
one of the greatest gifts i’ve ever received
A box was delivered today to me by courier. The gift was given to me by my husband’s 2nd cousin, Carlo H. Joseph III. The bronze piece was sculpted by hand (unknown how many were cast from his original wax sculpture) by my Great Grandfather, Louis Rosenthal http://www.louisrosenthalmuseum.org I was blown away & wish to…