Wednesday, May 31, 2017
Like Humans Do

Used new medically-enforced downtime to:

1. Play w/ kitteh;

2. Read (Flaubert, Sentimental Education);

3. Apply for exhibition;

4. Badger publicly traded company for more granular financial disclosure than what is currently available on SEDAR;

5. Make chicken-carcass soup;

6. Shop for iPhone for new figurative project, of more which anon., and,

7. Watch 2 hrs. of Twin Peaks 2017, an hour and a half of Brooklyn Nine-Nine, and a whole bunch of Colbert, w/ L. chortling over my shoulder.

So, not dead yet.
Sunday, May 28, 2017

Monday, May 22, 2017

Kelly Reichardt, Certain Women, 2016

Real Canadian, 2017

Location study for Thunder Bucks, 2017
Friday, May 19, 2017



Sketches for La La Land Tree, 2016-7

Oh, nothing matters
But this moment
I conjure the imagery
Of a different life, another path--



Thursday, May 18, 2017

Wednesday, May 17, 2017
Fault Line Projects website updated with many images from my exhibition, plus short interpretive text & checklist of works.
Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Lot 48: Bob Rennie, Canadian, Rower, watercolour, 20 x 29 in. (50.8 x 73.7 cm)
Sunday, May 14, 2017

Tuesday, May 09, 2017

Flagstone, 2017
Thursday, May 04, 2017

Christopher Brayshaw: Maybe Tomorrow
Fault Line Projects, 115 Fulford-Ganges Rd #3106, Salt Spring Island, BC
6 May - 2 June 2017
Opening Saturday 6 May 2017, 5-8pm

An exhibition of fourteen photographs mostly shot this year in Vancouver, California, and Nevada.  Vancouver date planned for later in the fall, but that'll be different work: the maquette for Fortified Door (Picture for Dan) & Sandy's Walk & a new, as-yet untitled picture of two men late at night, talking under a tree.

Without Whom Dept.: Robert Marks; Chantelle Harding; Nigel Harrison & Amy Jones; Steven Tong; Jessie Caryl; Dorothy Bartoszewski; Sam Harrigan; Keith Freeman; J.P. Fulford; Claudia Beck & Andrew Gruft; Jamie Tolagson; Lisa Jean Helps.  Walter & Donald & Jeff, for their fine example. & Rose, for the courage.

Best jazz discovery in a while, spurred by the recognition that the pianist on a handful of Grant Green dates (Billy Gardner) sounded way better than anyone else in the room. 
Monday, May 01, 2017

First Anodyne Inc. discovery in a good long while.

"It's not a Fuck You to any person or band or style or sensibility, it's just another Fuck You in a long career of Fuck Yous

Fuck You, I'm going to be the only guy that learns to write songs like the Velvet Underground, and then forgets it to make more impressive sounds.

Fuck You, we don't need to tour.

Fuck You, we don't need a band.

Fuck You, the drummer doesn't need water.

Fuck You, I'm done with the 1980s.

Fuck You, I'll work in analog.

Fuck You, I'll record in an illegal apartment.

Fuck You, I'll spend the cash I made at the casino going out and playing with some Good-Time Kids during the summer. I'm not going to add Chicago or Hall and Oates to the bill in order to sell more tickets."

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