Martin Luther King Day

Mankind is really only colored the variations of the earth. Extend your forearm next to anyone else’s and theirs may be lighter or darker, bit yellower or redder in hue but as an artist, I can say that these are only differences in shades, not really in much color. We’re all basically colored like the dirt of the earth.

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Banksy’s Place in NYC October 2013

anksy is on the verge of completing a self-proclaimed artist residency in New York City, in which, every day he has added (donated) a work of art to the city and its people in some way, during October, 2013. Banksy has placed himself and his art in the city at the anniversary of Super Storm Sandy. Many of the works that he had presented during his residency have appeared in areas hit hardest by the storm, although this is neither stated by Banksy or commented upon in the press.

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Thanksgiving Blessings

On the first Thanksgiving the settlers who had endured so much, but triumphantly survived, and even had a harvest (with much help from their neighbors, the Native Americans), gave thanks with a communal meal.
We give thanks when we are grateful—when we feel blessed.

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American Art Dealers Association Offers Galleries Hurricane Sandy Relief

Art Dealers Association has stepped up to help art dealers (both members and non-members) and related enterprises aid from their losses due to hurricane Sandy. This relief is in the form of monetary grants, assistance from art related individuals, such as attorneys and conservators, panel discussions to address urgently needed information and a website page that is chock full of resources that can also offer assistance and information.

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