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Sunday, June 10, 2012

Maxim is Back!

Although Trevor dressed the part of the confident, eccentric artist, 
his body language betrayed his self-doubts.
All that glitters is not gold.


I'm back from my 3 weeks away in Quebec, ostensibly having been resting my eyes from over-exposure to the computer screen, but rather feasting them on different sights.  Will be gradually getting back in blogging mode and catching up with all those blogs I love to visit.
See you soon!


  1. Oh, that's brilliant, Lynne, right down to the black fingernails! (hope your eyes are feeling better now.)

  2. Deborah,
    I'm wondering if I should get some black nail polish to wear for my own exhibit that's coming up!

  3. Blue Sky,
    It's actually good to be back! Nothing like a trip away, staying with other people (as charming as they might be) to make one appreciate one's own home.

  4. If this is his opening,I think he's forgotten to help himself to wine!
    Glad to see you blogging again.

  5. I can imagine Trevor wishing he had made his signature a little easier to read, because after all, he is listed in "The Book".

  6. Ruby,
    What a great piece of advice for old Trevor. I must remember to follow it myself at my next opening (as if I'd forget). You sound like someone who is speaking from experience.

  7. Shirl,
    Hey--how come Trevor's listed in "The Book" and I'm not! Don't you happen to have one of his works in the Closet Gallery?

  8. Despite their flamboyant ways, artists are fragile people...

  9. Glad to read this... and read you soon :)

  10. Stickup,
    Yes, you're so right-- just a thin coat of veneer (or is it shellac?) to protect ourselves from the critics' (both inner and public) barbs.

  11. Ötli,
    And I'm very pleased to read your nice comment.