When this is published I will be in the air on my way to Olympia Wa. A new and wonderful life awaits me. Many new adventures more pixel images with the hope of finding a lab that does quality work like RJ Phil 25 Main St E. Hampton Ct. Custom work, no 4x6s or other snapshots, but Art to copy, Fine art Prints he and Charlotte are the best. This image of me is a contact print taken with a 8×10 view Camera. This is photography the kind that Edward Weston and Ansel Adams did an 8 inch by 10 inch negative EXQUISITE not up graded just good glass and the knowledge of how to use it, don’t look for the auto button or any modes thought and talent made this portrait of me. peace pjc
You paint sculpt or collect and want excellent reproductions. check out RJ Phil
Photographic Art Hand Colored by Kathy Lepak peace pjc
Friday evening my stroll takes me the usual way up Franklin to Franklin Square. The lights looking up remind me of many first Friday’s. It is 7:40 and I wish it was still light.
Dan and Kathryn share a hug at The Gallery at the Wauregan.
The Wauregan with a night light.
The crowd at NAC Gallery was thin for every one had gone upstairs to the Donald Oat Theater for a blues concert. Sponsored by NAC. and I was late.
First Friday’s Past
peace and happiness to all my Norwich friends. pjc
Ann Chuk smiling here as she passes out raffle tickets winners. Her smile and the support of many volunteers has lit up the fields of a farm in E. Woodstock Ct. for 14 years, with all the proceeds going to
Camp Quinebaug in Killingly.
This years show was dedicated to Arnold Prince who was always there teaching the children who have their own show in the barn. He would bring one of his sculptures made from bent pieces of wood here is an Eagle Arnold created.
Some of the Artists from this years show.
Zaliah Zalkind Stone ware.
Raymond J. Medeiros
There was music, poets food, and fun for all and of course there was the Country.
peace and creativity to all pjc
Missed you at Lefty’s Landing for dinner I guess you got there early. enjoy
Susan and Judy
Patty of Patty and the Percolators who Jeff sat in playing the Harp.
John Hall no smile here but he often laughs and smiles a diverse man who collects Farmoil Tractors can fix a Nikon and is an excellent Ballroom Dancer a good friend. enjoy pjc
Watcher Being Watched from Layered Life
My last 3rd Thurs.My new digital lift begins in the dark on Main Street Willi. Starting here with Jeffrey J. Francois hamming on the Harp with one of Patty Tuite’s bands. Sorry Patty I didn’t remember you bands name.
So where’s Phil? I think I’ll check the beer garden. Here he is still day light.
And sporting his new green hair is Ernie Eldridge. He doesn’t have green hair really but the vender behind him had bright green lights.
More to come from my final Third Thursday and soon from Olympia wa. peace pjc
3rd Thursday 2012