Monthly Archives: June 2017

July 4th 2017

We will be on vacation for the next two weeks, celebrating the American 4th of July holiday. During this difficult time living with the Trump Administration we are trying to remain positive by remembering the freedoms on which our country … Continue reading

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Ramiro Gomez: I Choose To Recognize That The Custodian Was Here

When my blogging partner was writing our recent post about Eduardo Sarabia it reminded me of another contemporary Mexican-American artist. A young painter/sculptor working in Los Angeles named Ramiro Gomez. I first became aware of Gomez when I read about … Continue reading

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Raymond Loewy and the Creation of a Beautiful Life

Long before any of us had heard the name Steve Jobs, or that of Apple designer Jony Ives, there was Raymond Loewy. Considered by many to be the father of modern industrial design Loewy was referred to in the press … Continue reading

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A Brief Look At IKEA Design

Editors Note: This may seem like an ad for IKEA but for those of you interested in the field of design this post will give you an idea of the design concerns of one company. Aesthetics are only part of … Continue reading

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Strangely Familiar: The Ceramics of Eduardo Sarabia

If you’re anything like me you have multiple email accounts, I have almost a dozen. The one account that overfills with hundreds of messages each day is the equivalent of the junk drawer in my kitchen, a place for a … Continue reading

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