Reminds me of a few of my own Paris images.
Originally posted on Paris By Cell Phone:
This is a collection of the pictures I’ve posted this week on Paris by Cell Phone.
September 01: Holy Sunday
September 02: Monument Monday
September 03: Typical Tuesday
September 04: Where is It Wednesday
One correct answer so far! Verena of Vreni’s Vienna Daily Photo knew where this was…do you?
If you know where this is, leave the location in a comment and win yourself a Chupa Chups badge!
September 05: Titillating Thursday
Thanks to Olivier sent us this delicious looking guest post from a dinner he had at La Pirouette near les Halles.
And here’s my contribution
September 06: Freaky Friday
September 07: Special Saturday
I am taking requests at Paris By Cell Phone! Is there something Parisian you would love to see on your computer screen? Send me your request at Paris.Paul.Prescott@gmail.com and I’ll hook you up!
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This is such a great idea! I am proud to be published within.
The fabulous Jamie Walsh of Quickest Flip has made issue #3 available for your viewing pleasure! In this issue Sam Smith & I premier the Sided by Side series (3 clicks after the table of content) where Sam shares his unique interpretation of one of my works (or mine of his). Sam is vision impaired and uses special closed caption equipment to show us his enhanced sense of the art of irony. You can see more of his remarkable work here: Sam Smith or at http://samsmithart.com/
(page 3) Showing with my lovely friend Sam Smith, the master of the visual pun.
Originally posted on the incluseum:
We’re very happy to have Jamie Walsh blog for us again. This time, she’ll be telling us more about her awesome project, the Quickest Flip. Be sure to check out her website and learn how you can support her endeavors (also discussed further in this post).
Quickest Flip is a project I started a couple of years ago. Essentially, I try to promote artists both with and without disabilities in one inclusive space. This interest began after I worked for several years as an art instructor and gallery curator at an art program for adults with developmental disabilities. The majority of visitors to the gallery were awesome people who really loved coming in and looking at the art. Some people even said it was their favorite gallery in town and several people were serious collectors of artwork by some of the artists. However, there would also be those one…
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