It’s been many weeks since I shared a story about the museum.
This post is about some of the people I’ve met in the past three months:
- the other Anne Frank (middle-aged from Laguna Beach)
- Professor Igor Kennaway from London. According to his business card he’s a conductor, and a Registered Blue Badge Tourist Guide. I enjoyed chatting to him and I’m sure if you use his services when you’re in London, you’ll have a great tour.
- Miyazaki Hayao – the +80 year-old Japanese Animation Director.
- Patricia Albers, and her husband. She’s written two biographies, i.e. “Shadows, Fire, Snow: the Life of Tina Modoti“, and “Lady painter, A life.” on the abstract expressionist painter Joan Mitchel
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“Would you like to see the drawing my wife did in your museum this afternoon?” said a man while I rang up his credit card.
He took the drawing (on the right) out of the cardboard tube to show me.
The artist, Fran Kasturas from Spectrum Art Studio, is in the photo on the left.
I was impressed to learn she’d done the drawing in about an hour.
I’ve added the link to her website even though it’s still under construction.
I hope it’s up soon Fran.
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Earlier this month I was eating lunch next to the coffee card when I met Tony Carter
“I like your style,” he said coming up to the table where I was sitting, “Can I take your photo.”
Of course I had to take his photo…
He offered me a piece of his apple pie. I’d like a piece now please…
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Men are sporting elegant mustaches, and mohawks of many colors…
Damiet from Holland, just spent ten weeks in Guatemala.
And finally I’m delighted to tell you that our store is now selling Vivian Maier‘s book, “Vivian Maier: Street Photographer“. Make a space for it on your shelf.