The other day, Claude mentioned that probably the best chance we have of high-level marketing and merchandising success in this marketplace would be my leggings, and I’m working tonight to get something together for a sales crew.
I’ve also gotten a large number of U.S. Postage Stamps up, but we can expect about a week’s delay in getting them approved by the Post Office — they review every stamp that comes through, and may or may not approve mine, based on I’m not sure what standards, except for the obvious. Continue reading
I was determined to get to the concert venue to see the installation, and maybe run into Wynton Marsalis and Ted Nash, and by golly, to everyone’s surprise including my own, I actually made it into town in late afternoon — about 3:30 — and sure enough, ran into many old friends at the jazz venue, many musicians, photographers, artists and more, all there to see the show. I knew I wouldn’t be able to remain, but stayed awhile, long enough to meet with Ted Nash, Julie Baker and a few other old friends (“old friends” never sounds right — they’re young friends from long ago…dang if that don’t sound no better). The band arrived late, after my energy ran out at about 6:30, a very long time in town for my tired old frame. So, I’ll meet you in the ICW in a few minutes from now, where you’ll see a wonderful collection of very famous art — I’m making a video catalog of the art collections that are up for sale for an art-dealer friend…actually two friends, with quite different interests; one specializes in Old Masters — not the cigars, the painters — and the other in Modern & Contemporary. You’ll be seeing a lot of museum-grade original works by everyone from Renoir to Rauschenberg.
See You At The Top!!!