It has been a while since I have posted. We had a hot summer; 45 days with temperatures over 115° chased me out of the studio. I did visit the Phoenix Art Museum and the Heard Museum. Oh, and a lot of binge drinking… Continue reading “Kansas on tour”
Last week we took a road trip to the southern part of this truly sometimes weird state of Arizona.
As a young adult I followed the Biosphere 2 saga. Biosphere 2 was an exciting undertaking. I completely sealed building with rain-forest, ocean, marshland and desert environments. Continue reading “Road Trip – Weird Arizona”
When I was young I used to go to church.
Church is the house of god. But the bible says you are a temple… so any time I am with myself, then I am at church. Continue reading “Taps”
This year I sold my domain of 20 years. I accepted an offer I could not refuse.
I activated a domain I owned and held in reserve, which if you haven’t guessed, is cbjart.com. I am focusing my posts on art related content; but what is an artist without his environment? Continue reading “Here nor there…”
Gallery 50, Bridgeton, NJ
I will be exhibiting new work next year along with Liz Nicklus in New Jersey.
Yes, Sharon Kiefer, director of Gallery 50, finally gave me a reason to return to New Jersey, albeit for a few days.
Liz and I will be at the opening reception on the First Friday of May. We will be displaying our paintings and mixed media 3-dimensional art. I will post more as time rolls on.
Born in Texas, from what I hear, Carvin calls Phoenix, AZ his home. Clapton and Albert Collins both called him an up and coming star in blues.
Not true, he has toured and played for our troops across the globe. He plays for the troops.
Last week he was at Lucky Strikes in AJ. Lucky Strikes used to be Jake’s O’ Mine, a biker bar. Lucky’s is within crawling distance of our house. Lucky for me.
If you want to hear Stevie Ray Vaughn and Hendrix and Buddy Guy in one night… Carvin does it all.
I remember that fateful airplane crash. An American band decimated, families devastated.
Ed King from south Jersey is one of the original members. The band carried on, and is one of the best known southern rock bands, second only to the Allman Brothers in my modest opinion. Continue reading “Last of the Street Survivors”
I saw Byrne ten years ago at the Tower Theater in Philadelphia. Well, actually it is in Upper Darby, but nobody not from the Philly area knows where Upper Darby is.
That tour was all Byrne and Brian Eno songs. The current tour showcases Byrne’s latest album, American Utopia.
When we heard that he was going to be in Mesa, Liz immediately got on line when tickets sales opened, and got us two seats in the orchestra pit center stage. $100 a ticket, and minutes later the show was sold out. Continue reading “Utopia”