Still catching up–still rushed–but effort furthers.
Working full-time, relying on public transportation, and spending quality time with my Steady Girlfriend, Joy, got me off the daily-posting rails the last couple of days–and this first catchup effort is rushed and clumsy. But it exists, and it’s what I did, and there will be more in the future…
If George Washington met Ry Cooder, you could call that Geo met Ry. Tempting! But these cards of mine have leaned too much on portraiture. I did this instead…
The Beatles made a lot of great love music–“Here, There and Everywhere,” “I Will,” “Something,” “I Need You,” and “And I Love Her” spring immediately to mind–but this one has a special place in my heart, which shows you what a sentimental sap I can be. So be it!
It’s been a long day, and the lassitudinousness that a long day brings seems to show in this effort. The next one will be better.
The one iconic image that comes to mind when I think of the 70’s is Wonder Woman, that mix of feminism and objectification that invites both celebration and scorn. I’m for celebration, of the lovely and vibrant Lynda Carter, and the prescience of William Moulton Marston, who created Wonder Woman SPECIFICALLY to empower the “Fairer Sex.”
Color Wheel (Wield)
Catch the Rainbows–it’s the law
On with Pigments: sis boom bah
Learn to complement & rule
Ogle your Ultima Thule
Rock & Roll as Dualists duel