"I suppose it is submerged realities that give to dreams their curious air of hyper-reality. But perhaps there is something else as well, something nebulous, gauze-like, through which everything one sees in a dream seems, paradoxically, much clearer. A pond becomes a lake, a breeze becomes a storm, a handful of dust is a desert, a grain of sulphur in the blood is a volcanic inferno. What manner of theater is it, in which we are at once playwright, actor, stage manager, scene painter and audience?"
W.G. Sebald

Friday, April 28, 2017

JAZZ AND ART ON MAIN

Today was day one of the first annual Jazz and Art on Main in Cedar Park. A great turnout for a Friday evening. The crowd was really into it and the smell of fine eating wafted across the park. Tomorrow should see even a larger turnout.

 Randy Larkin of Jazz Daddies.

 Sax and bass riffing off each other. Jazz Daddies.


 Trio Verde played the classics, Route 66, Georgia, Fly Me to the Moon....

 Scott Simon's nylon strings set a cool evening vibe with sambas and bossa novas.

Scott Simon closed out the evening.

Tomorrow the second day of Jazz and Art on Main starts at 10am.

Thanks for stopping by.

Wednesday, April 26, 2017

THAT'S GEORGE FOR YA

©Andy deBruyn

Woman Shaving Her Leg. 1963

George Segal installation at San Francisco Museum of Art.

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Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Thursday, April 20, 2017

Wednesday, April 19, 2017

BIG ROCKS ON THE RIVER




©Andy deBruyn

Big rocks on the South San Gabriel River.

I was fascinated by these three huge rocks, the middle one being the chunkiest, right in the river's path.

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