and sewed and sewed. We’ll see how the project works out. It will be a very long time before it turns into something. If ever.
Continuing yesterday’s post, here’s the second half of a dozen close-ups from the Detroit Institute of Arts.
I’ve always considered the Detroit Institute of Arts my museum. I’ve been a member since I went to school at the College for Art and Design near the institute. On a recent visit I picked out a dozen pieces, and took close up photos. They are not necessarily my favorites, but they do all inspire me greatly. Here are detail shots of the first six.
New cars don’t excite me that much, but I always have a good time at the show, and I love hanging out downtown.
Today I am hanging out by the fireplace, keeping warm and resting. I earned it, yesterday was an antique radio swap meet.
This is the meet in full swing. It’s no longer just radios.
It has become a vintage electronic meet, so you can find all sorts of vintage things. I didn’t get much time to take pictures, but I did get to snap a few.
I managed to get photos of a couple of good friends. This is Mike Dale. Mike is jealous of my blue hair and needs to find an appropriate hat to compete. I think he did a fine job this time.
This is Angela Shackleford. She is a blast, if you’ve a few minutes, find Angela. She’s funny and delightful.
And of course, Mark. I don’t really get to talk to him during the meet, he’s very busy. Here he is listening to someone explain what he needs to fix his radio. Don’t tell Mark, but I really do enjoy these meets. I’ve made many friends in the antique radio biz, And it’s always a delight to see them again!
Here is part three, the last part.
As promised, here is part two of the story of BeeDee.
I’ve again taken part in The Sketchbook Project, this time they asked that we do something we’ve never tried before. I’ve decided to try to write a myth. I’m pretty pleased with the attempt. I’m showing it to you here, in three parts. This is part one.