revisiting this song in a live version - again and again!

David Scanavino
Scarecrow, 2014.  
Archival paper on panel. 84 x 84 inches.
At Derek Eller until June 28th, 2014.
OOOOOOOOOh pulpy! Those great bits not mixed together, and fingerprints smushing over the surface. So good.

David Scanavino

Scarecrow, 2014.  

Archival paper on panel. 84 x 84 inches.

At Derek Eller until June 28th, 2014.

OOOOOOOOOh pulpy! Those great bits not mixed together, and fingerprints smushing over the surface. So good.

Chista
Dune Coffee Table
48”L x 23”W x 20”H
Solid Teak
I should be packing the apartment right now but instead I’m looking at pictures of wood. Thinking about that mushroom foam and wondering if I could grow a table. It would be quicker to grow and lighter than this one! But I’d have to glass it. 
I doubt the texture could compare to this though! How fun would it be to stare at that grain all day and think about Dune?

Chista

Dune Coffee Table

48”L x 23”W x 20”H

Solid Teak


I should be packing the apartment right now but instead I’m looking at pictures of wood. Thinking about that mushroom foam and wondering if I could grow a table. It would be quicker to grow and lighter than this one! But I’d have to glass it.

I doubt the texture could compare to this though! How fun would it be to stare at that grain all day and think about Dune?

Sean Greene 
Warm House, 2014
 matte acrylic on canvas, 30 x 36 in.
at Brian Morris Gallery until July 19th, 2014.
Good & Plenty ghost face just moved in so he’s trying to decide what colors to paint the living room. It’s early spring and the rolling clouds overhead threaten with rain, but occasionally bits of blue peek through. He goes out on the lawn and then takes a walk around back, admiring the craftsmanship of his his new place, a bit ramshackle now after so many years of use, but clearly well-loved. What is that weird orange shit seeping out from under the fence? Confused, he reaches a long black arm behind him to scratch the side of his head.

Sean Greene

Warm House, 2014

matte acrylic on canvas, 30 x 36 in.

at Brian Morris Gallery until July 19th, 2014.

Good & Plenty ghost face just moved in so he’s trying to decide what colors to paint the living room. It’s early spring and the rolling clouds overhead threaten with rain, but occasionally bits of blue peek through. He goes out on the lawn and then takes a walk around back, admiring the craftsmanship of his his new place, a bit ramshackle now after so many years of use, but clearly well-loved. What is that weird orange shit seeping out from under the fence? Confused, he reaches a long black arm behind him to scratch the side of his head.

Rainbow Rocks
Milos Island, Greece
May 2014

Rainbow Rocks

Milos Island, Greece

May 2014

Marble Shells
5th cent. BC, Greece.
Archeological Museum, Athens

Marble Shells

5th cent. BC, Greece.

Archeological Museum, Athens

Attic pitchers dating from the Late Geometric period (760-700 BC)

Boeotian pithos-amphora. (680-670 BC)

Ghosts of the Antikythera Shipwreck.

National Archeological Museum, Athens

Marble statues (from about 100 AD) were being transported for trade and when the boat sank, the figures fell to the bottom of the ocean and were partially submerged in the sand. Exposed parts were eroded, leaving these gruesome vestiges. The bronze “philosopher” at the bottom is an older work from around 300 BC.

Portrait of the Emperor Lucius Verus
AD 161-169
National Archeological Musuem, Athens

Portrait of the Emperor Lucius Verus

AD 161-169

National Archeological Musuem, Athens

Group of Aphrodite, Pan, and Eros
About 100 BC
Found in the “House of Poseidoniastai Beryttos’ Delos
National Archeological Museum, Athens

Group of Aphrodite, Pan, and Eros

About 100 BC

Found in the “House of Poseidoniastai Beryttos’ Delos

National Archeological Museum, Athens

Kouros in the National Archeological Musuem, Athens

6th cent. BC.

Gold Death Masks

Mycenea 16th cent. BC

Mycenea

The acropolis site, lion gate, cistern, grave site, and terracotta goddesses.

In the second millennium BC, Mycenae was one of the major centres of Greek civilization, a military stronghold which dominated much of southern Greece. The period of Greek history from about 1600 BC to about 1100 BC is called Mycenaean in reference to Mycenae. At its height in 1350 BC, the citadel and lower town had a population of 30,000 and an area of 32 hectares (wikipedia).

At The Acropolis of Athens

Odeon of Herodes Atticus, 161 AD

Erectheum, 421-406 BC

Parthenon, 438 BC

Church of the Holy Apostles, Athens

10th cent. AD