Categories
Joie de Vivre

Found & Chosen

As I take my exercise though the pandemic, I often find small, curious, abandoned objects. Some of these, I bring home.

3 lego bricks and a bread tie
Rusty Bottle Cap
Frayed audio cable
Collection of trash - bread ties, lego, audio cable, old CD, a doll's shoe

I hope this finds you well.

Categories
Drawing

Deja-vu

Something borrowed, something gained,
Something haunted, something stained.

Something borrowed, something gained,
Something haunted, something stained.

Categories
ART

Art on North Avenue

I found some random ART in the road on Saturday afternoon. I call it “AMRINHAMMER.”  I stopped traffic on North Avenue to record this for you:

Baltimore is the city with ART and syringes in the road.

The title of this installation was informed by this:

Categories
Joie de Vivre

Found!

my long lost journal

Around the time I wrote the Sketchy post, something told me to go back to a certain physicians’ meeting room and look for my missing book.

Is it not written, “Listen to your gut?”

I did go back and look, yet again, and still couldn’t find it. This time, I mentioned it to some staff who work in that area. It was indeed still there, under paperwork and miscellaneous debris – the good Dr. Herman found it a yesterday.

I am so attached to this book that I am tempted to pick up where I’ve left off. Alas, the Moleskine has won me over, and I’ll be transcribing the contents of THIS one to the new one, and then delegating this one to home use. Still, there is something immensely satisfying about finding a lost, well loved object.