The 2023 Summer Fancy Food Show wrapped up earlier this week, and be assured that I will be bringing you a wild and crazy recap of the very best of the show as soon as possible. In the meantime look what I found: Spicy Shark Hot Sauce! OMG.
Artist Sant Khalsa’s Statement on Pray for Rain (Prayer Wheel) 2015
“Living in the Mojave Desert, drought, and climate change are my impetus for the creation of Pray For Rain. The kinetic sculpture is intended to emote a message of emergency and distress – a focused plea for water – required for life and survival. The artwork integrates ideas from my earlier Distress Signals work about climate change, and the environmental crisis produced in the late 1980s and 1990s. Continue reading Modern Art Monday Presents: Pray for Rain (Prayer Wheel) By Sant Khalsa→
Fragmentary Colossal Head of a Youth (Photo by Gail)
Many who pride themselves on being knowledgeable about art are missing important distinctions about the difference between art conservation and art restoration. While they are both concerned with improving the appearance of artwork, the processes vary greatly. Understanding these differences is important for art owners who are looking to restore or conserve their pieces. Read on to help yourself differentiate between art conservation and art restoration.
Remember: The World We Leave is the World We’re Coming Back To
Hey what’s up. Happy Earth Day and all that. At lunch time today, they were handing out free bags of delicious popcorn in the cafeteria, which rules and everything, because popcorn is awesome, but I am not sure how that helps us to celebrate Earth Day, specifically. My wish for Earth Day would be that smokers kindly stop using the world as their personal ashtray, and that everyone please remember to recycle. Also, “Zero Population Growth.” Thank you, drive through.