A man born in the last years of the Baby Boom. The youngest son of two career educators (Pop also pursued a number of other vocations). Youngest of four children: sister, brother, sister, me. Was raised on the East Coast until the age of ten. Spent my teenage years in South California and have achieved escape velocity from there numerous times. On several occasions I was able to maintain orbits distant from South California for a number of years. I hope never to return. I take pride in my gluttony. Am envious of those of who have enduring partners in luxuria. I avariciously pursue sloth and often fail in this endeavor. Have been known to be wrathful to those who disrupt that pursuit. I work hard to do nothing, to sit in a cafe, to observe, to think. All of which come very naturally to me. Otherwise I am a very pleasant and accommodating man. As my name implies I am lost. Lastly, I am often wrong.
Peace in the Park – featured on Welcome to Washington (The State!)
Detritus of the Day – featured on Core [C.O.R.E]
The Alley Behind – featured on JPG Cast-Offs
Avarice & Malice – featured on Core [C.O.R.E]
Under the Roof of Magritte’s Room – featured on Hard Rubbish
Hey Howdy! / I’ve only had a chance to poke my head in here a couple of times in the past couple of months. I moved into a new apartment on Christmas Eve. It’s an awesome, AWESOME place. A 1907 building, 12 foot ceilings, claw foot bath tub, musical steam radiator heat. Just lovin’ it. It’s right in the middle of everything. If you’re at all familiar with Seattle I…
Sold two prints of Glass House & Tree / Weird! I used to know how to embed an image in a journal. Can’t figure it out for the life of me now!
Had a marvelous visit to the new Dale Chihuly exhibit at the Seattle Center. It’s called Chihuly Garden and Glass. It’s magnificent and well worth the visit. / I took nearly 300 frames. Whittled & edited down to 63. All the mad colors, light & dark spaces, outdoor glare started driving me bananas after two days of editing. My problem is that I’m a bit undecided of which …
I recall that we had to order the station wagon to get it configured the way Pop wanted. I also recall the day we picked it up from the dealership in Fairfield, CT. / I was nine the youngest of four kids. It was huge. Gleaming cranberry red with a light brown almost tan interior. I’m pretty certain it was a 1970 model. It was definitely a Chevrolet Townsman with factory installed air conditioning…