Monthly Archives: August 2011

Century #11: Time, Despair, and a Summer Storm

From the Journal of Martin Way August 20, 1935 Does time exist? I can’t remember which one, but one of the Greek philosophers said he was not sure. Here outside my little shack at sunset. I know time is different … Continue reading

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Century #10: Mistakes

From the journal of Lita Hopkins London, England July 8, 1928 My journal is so small I fill the pages rapidly, but I can write anywhere. It is inconspicuous and goes unnoticed even at my usual table at Vincent’s this … Continue reading

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Century #9: Expectations

From the journal of Martin Way August 18, 1935 Until recently I expected more from people than they could give and still keep themselves whole. What happened with Estelle is a good example. I wanted her to be interested in … Continue reading

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Century #8: Lita Begins Unraveling

From the Journal of Lita Hopkins London, England July 7, 1928 After talking with Hunter last night I have decided to start writing down some of my thoughts. He says I shouldn’t lock myself up inside the prison of my … Continue reading

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Century #7: Escape from Academia

From the journal of Martin Way Blytheville, Pennsylvania August 16, 1935 I have come to the conclusion that mere words cannot explain the human condition. Too much of the study of philosophy is grounded in a lineage of semantics. You … Continue reading

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Working in Black and White

  At the beginning of the summer, I decided that I would study line and shading without color and without color or representational forms, just to see what I could come up with. I already posted my first finished drawing, … Continue reading

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Travels with Charlie

About 2 months ago my wife and daughter went to the regional rescue shelter and picked out a dog. They brought home what they thought was an eight month old chihuahua mix. It turned out to be a six month … Continue reading

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