April 23, 2007

Revolution

The opening was successful and the weekend was fun; I attended shows, saw friends, made lunch, visited the tailor's, walked to other parts of town, bought books and met musicians; I drank a little coffee, I cleaned. Above, a small and stirring concert at the Revolution Cafe. The folks beside me talked the whole time--they sure burned me up. The days are just packed.

8 comments:

  1. Beauty! Is that a clever Watterson quote at the end, well.. not a quote, but the title of a collected Calvin & Hobbes I was perusing yesterday.

    Oh and I really did like yer' paintins' and stuff.

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  2. That is georgous man. Beautiful composition and values.So apealing.

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  3. Man, this is really, really nice Nick. Love seeing your stuff, thanks for the talk the other day! I've begun to really try to put the stuff into practice...check it out.

    -R.

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  4. Jenny8:26 PM

    "They sure burned me up." This blog is showing some kind of oddly kinder, gentler side of Nick. Not saying you're mean, but you've started saying "Gee whiz!" and "Oh, fudge!" haven't you. I knew it.

    Nice drawing.

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  5. Really nice drawing, fantastic stuff Nick!

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  6. YEAH NICK... im with Jenny

    whatever happened to the times we'd all suit up and go hunting for homeless people.. give them a sandwich and then ask them to run as far and as fast as they could while we set up our blow darts.

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  7. Zoot!

    Love this. Dense lines and so much energy.

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  8. I like how you kind of fit a story into this sketch. I don't know EXACTLY what I mean by that, but it feels less like a recording of a moment and more like a window into it.

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