The more I think about it, the more I realize there is nothing more artistic than to love others.
Vincent Van Gogh
“At the time, my friend Brian argued that if it came down to it, he wanted to be able to defend himself. That if he didn’t have a gun, he was really just prepping for his someone else, who could just come and take all his carefully curated supplies.”
The Case For Not Panic Buying A Gun, by Jacob Margolis, LAist, 18 March 2020
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Open studio, Friday, 21 Feb 2020, from 4-7pm at 2716 N Broadway, #210, 90031. No purchase whatsoever necessary to be welcome.
So the other day, I was trying to talk to a friend and we had a bad cell connection, and it seemed like he said something about a “Money grubbing bore” but he was breaking up so it might have been “Money grubbing door” or “spore.” I’ve really no idea. At any rate, thrust of the discussion was could he come see the collages if he didn’t want to buy anything, and my answer was of course.
All are welcome, whether to look or buy or do both. Yes, my main goal is to get these collages into good homes, so no reasonable offer will be refused. And whatever sells leaves with the buyer. I’m also happy to ship within in the contiguous United States. And, yes, money is wonderful and always welcome, but I hope no one is confusing me with a money grubbing spore or something. 🙂
So please, one and all, fall by the studio for one of the last chances to see the collages before they go into storage FOREVER.
If you’re not in driving distance, you can have a look at the website at collage.gingermayerson.com. It seems to reliably working these days.
Oh, and happy Valentines Day to those who celebrate it.
Still fundraising for Wapshott Press titles 2020. It’s a good line-up, so I hope you’ll help us out, if possible. Thanks!
And now… the internets.
Continue reading Mayerson Agonistes: the internet (again?!)
“There is an element of social engineering in these cosmetic changes to our working environments, says Martha Bird, an in-house anthropologist at payroll processor ADP.”
FT, August 28, 2019
I confess I’ve had a somewhat eccentric education, but could someone please tell me what a payroll processor is doing with an in-house anthropologist? I wonder; really I do.