Monday, October 28, 2013



  1. 10.25" X 7.125"
    gouache/watercolor/graphite on 140 lb w/c paper

    “Once, somebody asked Robert Schumann to explain the meaning of a certain piece of music he had just played on the piano.
    What Robert Schumann did was sit back down at the piano and play the piece of music again.”
    ― David Markson, Wittgenstein’s Mistress

    “On the other hand it is probably safe to assume that Rembrandt and Spinoza surely would have at least passed on the street, now and again.
    Or even run into each other quite frequently, if only at some neighborhood shop or other.
    And certainly they would have exchanged amenities as well, after a time.
    Good morning, Rembrandt. Good morning to you, Spinoza.
    I was extremely sorry to hear about your bankruptcy, Rembrandt. I was extremely sorry to hear about your excommunication, Spinoza.
    Do have a good day, Rembrandt. Do have the same, Spinoza.
    All of this would have been said in Dutch, incidentally.
    ― David Markson, Wittgenstein’s Mistress

  2. words and music, abstractions
    strive to rise above noise