Thursday, August 10, 2006





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~ Differing Views
Both, coming soon to Art166.com

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Here are two very different views of San Antonio's Municipal Auditorium.

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Hi, guys! I just want to thank you all for hanging in here with me, even though I've been conspicuously absent. I haven't had time for my usual blog surfing, but I still love to hear from you guys! Soon, I'll be back to a more 'regular' blogging schedule.

My 'Big Project' has been pushed back a week, which is GREAT, as I really needed the extra time. As soon as 'Phase I' is complete, I'll post some photos so you can see what I'm up to. It's all good!

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Today, we're expecting a heat index reading of 108 degrees F. A big heat wave is expected over the next seven days. Wouldn't that be a "bigger" heat wave?

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In other news: Yesterday, I made the first sale from my "Small Works" shop, here. Once the "Big Project" is under control, I intend to add some exciting new things to the shop. I'll keep you posted!

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Please welcome my cyber-pal, Brian, to our extended family of links. Expect keen observations and a wicked sense of humor!

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Stay safe!

16 comments:

  1. Good job you identified the pictures. I thought it was like a psychodelic fortress,

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  2. welcome to your friend.

    how lovely your 2 new pics.

    i'm glad you got the extra time you had hoped for. don't worry about blogging, we are all still here. happy when you come and understanding when you can't.

    you go and be the wonderful artist that you are and be happy. that is what we all want. and successful..yeah, let's not forget that..

    congrats on the sale..whoo-hooo!

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  3. Your work is AMAZING! I often take digital photos of clouds and such, and they turn out quite nicely, but not because I have any real talent.

    Also, I noticed your link to Etsy sellers who blog. Is your stuff available on Etsy? Just read about them last month in Ready Made mag. Totally cool.

    -Megan (Brian of Catchy Title's sister)

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  4. Aww, hey thanks for the link. And I love when people use "wicked" like that. I don't know why, but I do.

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  5. Congrats on your sale and lovely work too! I particularly like the color effects and the water lapping the side of the building on the 2nd.

    Looking forward to your return....

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  6. I've been out & about too. hey at least it's not hot in texas!!
    good luck with the project.

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  7. W.J. congrats on the sale! I love how you take an attractive but ordinary building and turn it into something so magical, fascinating and beautiful! I'm looking forward to seeing the photos from your "big project" :D eeek we had the same unbearable heat recently W.J. good grief it's time for the heat waves to end.
    Hello Brian!

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  8. 108 degrees! Phew-that's hot!
    :)

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  9. *waves*
    Hi dr.john,
    Hi chana!
    ;]

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  10. I really like the firstpic, it looks like beautiful grafitti on the building. Of course the architecture is fabulous too.
    Checked out Brian's blog, he has a wicked sense of humour.

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  11. I love the second one. Reminds me of my holiday.

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  12. Interesting colours, love the second one almost toy town. Good to hear you got th4 eextra time on the project, and congrats on the sale. :)
    Btw said *hi* to Brian.

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  13. Nice to hear you've made some sales, wish you all the success you deserve (lots).

    I really like what you've done with the recent images, very 'candy box'.

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  14. WJ- I just saw you're having a break in the heat wave- only 95 today??

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  15. I haven't been blogging for awhile as well. I really love your colourful painting of the building.
    Oh, by the way, congrat on your sale! I'm sure it'll keep going.

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  16. Sounds like your busy! I guess I've been dong stuff too. But just popping in to say hi, and letting you know I still care! :)
    Great pictures btw.
    Hope to see some new stuff from you soon.

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