Paintings by Neil Conrad
29Dec/13

Future Perfect Continuous

Logo Land

the faucet dripping, no music playing, no sound of water either.  (afterthought of thunder)  

hypocrite lecteur!  --mon semblable, --mon frère!   (Baudelaire)

when you can't turn off the music in your head try watching football.  the announcers voices have a way of obliterating just about anything.

17Dec/13

past present participle

Baffled

stymied

12Dec/13

Mangled Grammar

pourquoi?

station identification

test patterns

2Dec/13

Leaky Playhouse

talking to myself differently tonight.

28Nov/13

Science Project

'An object never serves the same function as its image - or its name.'  (René Magritte)

26Nov/13

tango

no quotes for Astor Piazzolla

reflections on the countertop

the hotpad

25Nov/13

Daylight

'Art is the most frenzied orgy man is capable of.'  (Jean Dubuffet)  

25Nov/13

souvenirs

'Les vrais paradis sont les paradis qu'on a perdus.  (true paradis is the one that you have lost.)   Marcel Proust

12Nov/13

Single Loop

the aristocrats

11Nov/13

Grinto

11Nov/13

Camus

'Be careful what you pretend to be because you are what you pretent to be.'  (Kurt Vonnegut Jr.)

'Mistakes are joyful, truth infernal.'  (Albert Camus)

29Oct/13

roof tops

the caption reads.....

27Oct/13

mezzo forte

fandango

and the return to start

20Oct/13

Hamsun

Hunger

growth of the soil

9Oct/13

Godfrey de Bouillon

found out that the Crusaders didn't call themselves Crusaders, they were Knights of Christ, Knights of St. John and stuff like that.

funny what you can find out in wikipedia

30Sep/13

Beat

'I see painting as an evocative magic, and there must always be a random factor in magic, one which must be constantly changed and renewed.'  (William S. Burroughs)

'Follow your inner moonlight;  don't hide the madness.'  (Allen Ginsberg)

26Sep/13

et alors…

Estremadura

25Sep/13

Rocinante

increased tension.  decreased motion.

14Sep/13

Time

invention

cross examination

27Aug/13

Perec

'This is how space begins, with words only, signs traced on the blank page.  To describe space: to name it, to trace it, like those portolano-makers who saturated the coastlines with the names of harbours, the names of capes, the names of inlets, until in the end the land was only separated from the sea by a continuous ribbon of text.  Is the aleph, that place in Borges from which the entire world is visible simultaneously, anything other than an alphabet?'  (Georges Perec, Species of Spaces and Other Pieces)

'Question your teaspoons.'  (Georges Perec)

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