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The tooth and more

| June 19, 2012 | 1 Comment
The tooth and more

Within walking distance of the Renoir dancers and Mariachis sits the tooth. It’s a big tooth. It resembles an undiscovered dinosaur, a Molarsaurus, but it’s a tooth. Why a tooth? Well, why not a tooth? I mean, why not Jello? Or an athletic cup? Or a crescent wrench? Because it’s a tooth. It just is. […]

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Hamilton NJ, sculpture capital of the world

| June 18, 2012 | 3 Comments
Hamilton NJ, sculpture capital of the world

I don’t know if Hamilton Township in NJ is the sculpture capital of the world, but it’s probably pretty dang close. I didn’t even know about Hamilton’s Grounds for Sculpture. I didn’t even know Hamilton, NJ existed. So, it was quite a wonderful, little surprise to see these sculptures as we drove to the NJ […]

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Sunday in Houston: Op art at the MFA

| May 10, 2011 | 4 Comments
Sunday in Houston: Op art at the MFA

Ok, so today is Tuesday, not Sunday. You know this because you’re paying attention. Unless, of course, you think it’s Monday because somehow you’ve lost a day or you think it’s Wednesday because you really want it to be Friday, and Wednesday is closer to Friday than Tuesday. If that’s the case, then I’m here […]

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Animals on parade

| March 11, 2011 | 3 Comments
Animals on parade

The first time I saw one of these painted animals was in Zurich in 1999 and didn’t realize at the time it would soon spark a painted animals in the city revolution. Apparently Zurich is the epicenter of painted city animals. It all started there. Unfortunately, I do not have a picture of that first […]

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