For those that weren’t able to join us on Sunday for GSRV’s Train Ride 2 Transcendence here are some visuals of the event! We’ll be posting video next week so keep your eyes peeled (what a gruesome phrase)
We’ll also be planning events like this throughout next year so keep checking in to see what we’re up to!
I met Anna Gil at her studio in NOLA while driving cross country. Her work has been featured worldwide and heavily incorporates text from the Hebrew Bible, Jewish mysticism, nd Shabbat. I was very intrigued by her work as I’m also fascinated with the history of the Jewish people and their relationship with Ha-Shem. We exchanged cards, and I assumed that would be the end of it.
However, a few days ago I emailed a copy of my new CD to her and it turns out she’s been listening to my music and the painting that is pictured above was actually painted to my song “Yetzer Hara”!
It’s been such a huge affirmation to have another artist utilize my work for creative purposes.
Check her out at Annagil.com. You’ll be glad you did.
Brooklyn Artistry’s Site: http://www.brooklynartistry.com
Thank G-d for indoor plumbing!
I more frequently find myself ever grateful for the wondrous invention of indoor plumbing than for many other amenities (and a few necessities). As the weather grows colder and I get over an excess of malevolent bacteria currently invading my body, I shudder to think of having to leave the warmth of the fireplace to visit the outhouse for every gastrointestinal requirement.
And on the occasion that the heat to my shower can only give me a tepid rinse I have come to the conclusion…hot water is a thing of beauty.
Also in light of my bacterial excess…antibiotics are also something I’m thankful for. To think of the number of time I came down with Streptococcal Pharyngitis and not had some expedient way to overcome it is humbling.
So this thanksgiving I’m thankful for Indoor Plumbing and Antibiotics…
Oh yea I promised you some paintings didn’t I? Here they are:
These last two weeks have been kinda hectic to say the least.
But here’s my tidbit for today’s post…
(^That was the “little words”)
This is a sound experiment I was playing around with in my free time. I’m not married to it but I thought it was nice so I’m sharing it here.
(^ “a little music”)
And Finally these are two paintings I imaged yesteryear…
(^ “a little paint”)
A little post.