I’m in!!!

Believe it or not, one of my abstract expressionist paintings has been accepted into a juried art show, ArtAbility, in Malvern, PA. All art accepted for the show is also for sale so if you happen to want to add Bluedots to your collection, you need to buy it through ARtAbility. But I have many more for sale at my web site. Stop by for a visit.

Read More »

But wait! There’s more….

As usual, I wrote my last blog post quickly and left some points out. Tell me, should blog posts be edited carefully and thoughtfully, like a formal speech, or should they be written and thrown out into the ether without much in the way of second thoughts? I’m not sure. Should they be long or short? What I also wanted to say has to do with the news media, with reporters, whom many on the right have come to loathe,… I want to read more

Read More »

The war against the media

(The animation has nothing to do with the post, I am just trying to boost readership. It is my Page 3….) The media are under attack. This has been going on for some time now. Only some of it is deserved. The media, especially print newspapers, are under attack on two fronts: from potential advertisers who have come to believe that print is becoming irrelevant and from those to the right side of the political spectrum who have begun to… I want to read more

Read More »

GSP misteaks I hate

As a former teacher of writing, I have several writing errors that just drive me almost literally crazy. Here are just a few, in no particular order. I have probably made a few errors in this post, er, ah, just to test your ability to catch them Good luck! The possessive error, usually the famous its vs. it’s, but sometimes it is the related error: using the possessive when the plural is called for. (Clearly I do not mind ending… I want to read more

Read More »

The Zen of blank

The Zen of (blank). It’s a phrase that seemingly any author of any subject at all feels free to use. It’s as if authors felt it was okay to write books such as What Jesus Thought About (blank) or what Muhammed believed to be true about social media marketing. It doesn’t make sense, but people continue to portray Zen incorrectly all the time (like most people’s mistakes in saying one “graduates college” or that posters with a saying along with… I want to read more

Read More »