Happy Thursday my friends, another day in downtown nowhere.
The last of my coffee has gone stone cold and my cigarette count is 1. This also is vanity.
The ST&C exhibition running is on its tail end and new work is in steady progress, should the current agenda attune itself to reality, there may be a book of scribbles released to you fine folks in the coming months under the expertise of the insatiable Ben Andress & Blacktop Records.
I'd also like to thank everyone at Feels Good for the extended feature (and again also for the initial feature, for that matter). I hope to find myself eastbound once again, and soon at that, waiting for more welcoming weather is futile, and also ideal.
Sovereign Terrain & the Final Days
I would like to make it known to the local -and distant- public that with the uninstallation of the current show running through the SAC, and with the number of new work pouring in by my hand, I will once again be hoarded with pieces that I haven't much room for and that I would rather find a welcoming home.
So with the exception of a select few, a good number of the pieces from the current Station Exhibition will be substantially less expensive should anybody have any interest in taking one home, in which case you can send me a message or speak with me in person. The show comes down Wednesday morning, the 8th of March.
I'd also like to take a less narcissistic moment to talk about my friends from Crossley-Hunter, you folks in the Maritimes might dig this something fierce. A well-read English student and a Tillsonburg-bred Hooligan happened to join forces with a quaint, rural, Christian family to produce these God-awful masterpieces. Really, they're great!.. really.
Thank you Almighty and thank you folks, 2011 thus far has been an excellent year, heres to all the more good spirits.
Montreal! I shall see you soon, rest assured. A pilgrimage eastbound is long overdue.
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