|L. S. Eldridge|
L. S. Eldridge
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Notes from the Deckle Edge
I'll be painting today but just wanted to recall my most recent reading list. Perhaps you can find something you would be interested in. So let's start with one of my fave writers Christopher Moore. I started Noir because, frankly, I was in the mood for Moore. I can, as usual, recommend. If you like Humphrey Bogart movies, you'll be entertained by this book. I can recommend two books by Susan Vreeland, the first being Lisette's List and the second Luncheon at the Boating Party. Both are novels, one based on the famous painting and the other uses WWII as the background of art discovery. I enjoyed them both. I can recommend The Last One by Brian King. This book is a mystery about the last painting by Vincent Van Gogh - and I do love a mystery. The Shallows is another murder mystery by Matt Goldman. I have fallen for this series hard and as soon as it is released I pick it up. The Library of Lost and Found by Phaedra Patrick was enjoyable, but I got interrupted too many times and will probably re-read. Highly recommend Clear Seeing Place by Brian Rutenburg. Not only was it interesting it made me laugh too. But I have saved a special one for the end. This article in the New Yorker magazine by Malcolm Gladwell from 2008 is a must read in my opinion. It is titled Late Bloomers: Why do we equate genius with precocity? Here is the link . So just read it. Back to my brushes.
"Art is the stored honey of the human soul, gathered on wings of misery and travail." Theodor Dreiser
It appears I went to bed last night on the eve of Independence Day only to wake up this morning on May Day, 1965, in some alternate universe. In response, I share an image of my painting titled Disconnected. Back to my brushes.
"Freedom in art, freedom in society, this is the double goal towards which all consistent and logical minds must strive." - Victor Hugo
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