A building gets wrapped with a bow, friends volunteer to hammer in some color along Greenway walks, South Station digs out its toy trains (display by these folks).
We don’t have snow, but we’re pretty festive anyway.
Posted in Uncategorized, tagged boston, christmas, eric peterson, greenway, holiday, landscape, model railroad, ralph williams, south station, trains, trees and trains, winter on December 9, 2011 | Leave a Comment »
Posted in Uncategorized, tagged alan gussow, art, artist, corcos levy, farm, farmhouse, joel corcos levy, landscape, lucille corcos, Luna & Stella, painting, regionalism, rockland county, the artist as native, wikipedia, wordpress on September 26, 2011 | Leave a Comment »
I have not been blogging that long for Luna & Stella, but already interesting things have happened. For example, one customer who found the blog decided Suzanne’s Mom was OK and probably Suzanne’s business was, too. She became a Luna & Stella customer.
Another interesting thing occurred after I blogged about an artist I once knew, Lucille Corcos. I had written her up with the goal of creating an entry for her on Wikipedia. (The entry is still to come. I need a good block of time to make the changes Wikipedia asked for.)
Soon I began to notice in my WordPress site statistics that someone was doing Internet searches on “Lucille Corcos.” I wondered if it might be one of her sons. Sure enough, I eventually received an e-mail from artist Joel Corcos Levy, saying, “Who are you and when were you in our house?” So I e-mailed him, and we had a nice back-and-forth. He generously sent me a piece of his mother’s art, an illustration for a children’s book.
Joel himself appears in an art book called The Artist as Native: Reinventing Regionalism, by Alan Gussow. The book features Joel’s painting of the Davies farmhouse and pine trees. Nice, huh? The other selections are great, too.
Not sure if Joel is OK with having this on the web. I’ll take it down if asked.