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Created: June 18, 2006
Latest Update: June 18, 2006
- Trusting Authorities - Trusting the Newspapers - nobodies03.jpg, howddowe01.gif
- Against the Shareholder's Interest - in Violation of Fiduciary Duty - Home Depot
Arched Soft Screw as Building - Claes Oldenburg - National Gallery
Goes with NY Times, "The Board Wore Chicken Suits," Joe Nocera, Saturday, May 27, 2006.
CSUDH should receive a percentage of Home Depot's earnings as payment for the land the school owned because of landgrants for public education in the early 20th Century.
- The Evocatiion of Winter in Paintings
Winter: A Russian Painting by Mikhail Larionov
Russian Exhibit in New York, December 2005 - the Guggenheim a First Rendition by jeanne
What do you suppose attracted me to this painting? Remember, I had to draw it while standing up in a crowded museum. Consider the techniques the artist has use to convey his message. Art doesn't have to be formal, classical, and realistically rendered to be effective in delivering its message. What do you think the woman pictured is saying about love and her cat? jeanne
Kassab Winter Wonderland Snow 96x5.jpg
At Discussion on the Evocation of Winter in Art. Which rendition of Winter has more meaning for you? Can you tell us why? Consider the abstract information that crowds into the German painting and the fairly specific realistic rendition by the photo.
- jeanne's first rendering of The Traces of War by Gelii Korzhev (b. 1925)
The Russian exhibit at the Guggenheim was long, and I had little time to sketch. But the monochromatic portrait of this soldier made me stop to try to capture some of the feeling. A handsome young man. One eye permanently closed by a war he may well have not understood and probably didn't choose. On Renderings as a Stimulus to Personal Art, you'll find the sketch from which I drew this. There's also another sketch very near this portrait, of a young man lost in his father's overcoat. Both these pieces made a profound impression on me as I contemplated the
- Agency Foibles and Governance Discourse: "Records indicate that the DWP [Department of Water and Power], which supplies the city's water, spent $31,160 --- the most among 23 city agencies that bought bottled water." (Mayor Reasserts Ban on Bottled-Water Purchases, by Ptrick McGreevy, Los Angeles Times, Friday, January 6, 2006.
Issues of Water and Power, Growing
See Index on 'Water Issues for story of Bechtel and water in Bolivia.
- Codes from Liberal Arts Education Learning: Magritte - Ceci N'est Pas Une Pipe
I am not a car. / This is not a pipe.
“I'm not lying, this is not a pipe”: Foucault and Magritte on the Art of Critical Pedagogy by James Palermo, Buffalo State College, Philosophy of Education, 1994. Backup.