"…ownership is the most intimate relationship that one can have to objects. Not that they come alive in him; it is he who lives in them. So I have erected one of his dwellings, with books as the building stones, before you, and now he is going to disappear inside, as is only fitting."
"Art for Art’s Sake" and "Pure Poetry" appear, and subject-matter or content becomes something to be avoided like the plague
Mexican Muralists- Desmond Rochfort
When I graduated from high school at Miss Porter’s School in Connecticut, my art teacher gave me a book on Mexican murlaists. For having been inspired by watching the film on Frida Kahlo’s life for my photography class, I had begun working on self-portraits and large pieces depicting Haitian party scenes in the style of Frida Kahlo and her long-life partner Diego Rivera…. [to be continued]
This year has started with quick intense deadlines for me. After going through an intensive workshop; handing-over a problematic project, submitting the final schematic design package for another current project, and moving to our new office, I am finally able to take a breather… and that is right on time to celebrate my birthday with three of my closest friends since “le Secondaire”. This will also be an opportunity to get-together with friends I have not seen yet since the beginning of this year. Calling my guests over the last few days and officially sending an e-vite today has made me feel so happy. I am really looking forward to celebrating our birthdays together this weekend. A quarter-century!! Pas mince affaire :-) #25isthenewsweet-sixteen