A motorcycle wrecked in the carpool lane, just like when I’d driven my daughter and her boyfriend here three days ago. One hour and five minutes to go one mile. Time, though, makes all traffic pass, even if it’s over for some guy cutting between cars in so big a hurry it was worth never arriving. On …
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We sit in the car, on a summer Saturday. The cranes are idle and the aircraft gone. For once, it feels alright to be stopped at the light. It turns green, yellow, red and green. We cross the intersection, there, then gone.
Thrilled the TAG Gallery in Los Angeles accepted my photograph CoGen for the 2019 California Exhibition. Their juror, Ruth Weisbergchose 110 artworks for this year’s exhibition from 1,400+submissions received nationwide. The exhibition runs from August 7 through August 23 and the artists’ reception and awards ceremony is on Saturday, August 10, from 5 to 8 pm.
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