Monthly Archives: December 2010

Holiday with snow

While the northeast is getting pounded by a holiday snowstorm,  we had the first snow in 100 years on Christmas day in Atlanta. Not much more than a sprinkling of powder but the ice crystals on the tree limbs shimmered … Continue reading

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Rebellion on a daily basis

Man on Wire is a film I just got around to seeing and it was quite a thrill. The French high-wire artist Philippe Petit re-invented himself with each event or performance. In the artist’s case, each painting redefines her. “You … Continue reading

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Telephone Factory holiday art celebration

Since 1995, local artists have lived in the old Telephone Factory building on Ralph McGill Blvd, near a neighborhood in Poncey Highlands where I lived from 1984 to 1987. The building was constructed in the late 1930s for Western Electric … Continue reading

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