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Please do not disrespect

Have you noticed what’s been going on here on the blog? How more and more often people are showing up in the images?

I can’t explain it. And I’m sorry if it’s leaving you confused. It’s leaving me a bit discombobulated, too.

Lubbock, Texas
photographed 2.1.2019

The job of the artist

Part of the show 44 Texas Artists, Part 2 (which is mostly obscured by people.)

First Friday Art Trail
Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts
Lubbock, Texas
July 6, 2018

Street Tacos

Every first Friday, no matter the weather, folks turn out for the First Friday Art Trail. This month, in addition to what you think of as “art” there were bands, dancers, costumed actors, food trucks, and lots and lots of people. My informal survey of the food trucks indicated that this one, the taco truck, was the most popular.

It’s a lot of fun; you should probably plan a trip to Lubbock one of these first Fridays to check it out. You’ll be glad you did.

Lubbock, Texas
photographed 10.6.2017

Head Shot


Mannequin heads modeling fleece hats on a warm winter night. No one was interested in purchasing a new hat, which left room for me to make this photo.

GlassyAlley Studio
Lubbock, Texas
photographed 3.3.2017

First Friday Art Trail

Window Detail, Tornado Gallery

Sometimes you have to just suck it up and ASK.

The First Friday Art Trail here in Lubbock is sort of a big deal. And I’d been wanting to have some of my work shown on a First Friday.

So I overcame the tiny bit of shyness that I’ve not yet conquered and asked Larry Simmons, the proprietor of the Tornado Gallery, if I could have a spot at a First Friday. He said yes, and so I am very happy to announce that on August 2, I will be on the Trail.

Stop by, if you’re in town.

(And my deepest appreciation to Larry Simmons for giving me a spot. Not only is he a great guy, but he is my exact birthday twin; every year on our birthdays we agree that we just keep getting better and better.

The photo above is a detail of the windows on the north side of the gallery space.)

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