Photographic proof of Keith's obsession with making morning expresso. See the tiny whip he is using in the pitcher for the hot milk. See the intense concentration and irritation at being interrupted in his quest for the perfect cuppa? I am not sure if he can speak before the cup of expresso.
We got an advance look at Keith's jewelry. Photographs do not reveal how wonderful the jewelry feels in your hand or around your neck. Photographs cannot do justice to the detail, the reverse side (just as wonderful as the front side) or to the careful detail and story that each piece projects. I am not sure if anyone can come close to his talent. Enjoy:
This evening the three of us went to an opening exhibit at The Morgan Conservatory. You readers know how much I respect and enjoy the Morgan. I was excited to introduce Keith to our friends there. The show consisted of an exhibit of abecedarian books wood block prints. Below are some pics of our evening starting with a 20 foot print:
Keith and I wearing our original Lo Bue neckwear. His is a spectacular new piece he has recently completed and I am wearing a piece from the late 90s. I have always loved owning this piece. We had a great time at the Morgan, but Keith is like a baby. He hears the hum of the car motor and he os off to sleep. I am not sure, but I think he may be suffering from jet lag.....thank goodness for seat belts.
When we got home tonight Keith shared his collection of 3-D slides. The camera has two lenses located the same distance apart as human eyes. When viewed through the special viewer, the pictures are perfectly 3-D. Eat your heart our Mike Meador and Tracy Moore. This is very cool. Now John wants to pursue this too.
John and Keith are in the man room playing their nightly pool tournament. I am not sure, but I think they are having a great time. There is a lot of yelling and laughing wafting up the stairs.
Workshops begin tomorrow. We are all set up and ready to go.