Isn't it interesting
how we instinctively look through the portal
to see what lies beyond?
The man is Josef Sigall,
a famous painter,
and this is his studio in 1928.
Did you notice
the interesting shadows?
My favorite is the shadow of the flowers in the upper right.
The BeagleSword was Interesting
and the rabbit hole was aimless wandering.
Speaking of painters,
might you be one?
Wizard Academy is hosting
a Painters Round Table – August 11-12 –
in Engelbrecht House, our student mansion.
2 days, 3 nights, no co$t.
You only have to be accepted
and cover your own travel expenses.
(You'll need to bring your own painting supplies as well.)
Engelbrecht House has rooms for 14 painters.
Each day will include tips and techniques
from Roy H. Williams on how to market your art.
(His Art Marketing Workshop is usually $2,000.)
The total price of your tuition will be a painting
made of something on the campus while you're here.
You'll leave one painting with us.
Anything else you do will be yours.
Fun times are guaranteed.
To Apply for Acceptance,
email a paragraph or two about yourself to
include at least 3 images of your work.
Acceptances will be announced
on Monday, June 15.
Early one morning
a crane lowered the 60-foot piston
into the 60-foot hole prepared for it
in the bottom of the elevator shaft.
The elevator company
didn't want to wait
until the tower got taller.