(from addair) Today I’m feeling underestimated and underappreciated. I say this not to inspire pity. Please, don’t pity me. Rather, I’m saying to that emotion, “Thank you for the alert, I’ve taken notice. Now will you kindly leave so that I can go about growing”. Though it isn’t pleasant to feel this way, it is [...] Continue Reading »
(from addair) painting and film by me. music by levon walker.
(from addair) There’s a group art show (which I am a part of) happening this Friday, October 23 at The Warehouse (1229 W. Olney Road) in the West Ghent area of Norfolk. Starts at 7pm, and I’m assuming it will last till 10pm ish. this is from the organization putting on the show, (symphonicforthecity.com) : [...] Continue Reading »
(from addair) “When Americans hunger for selfless love and are fed only love of self, they will remain hungry, and too often hungry people just come back for more of the same.” –Bill McKibben I get into swings of discontent on a pretty regular rhythm. There are lots of causes for this, not [...] Continue Reading »
A post from a friend. that night, we set out to liberate a billboard. to throw a rock at the corporate giant. ultimately, we were david and this was goliath. two worlds, fighting to exist on the same physical plane. their world is built on models designed for profit, inspired by greed, and justified by [...] Continue Reading »
(from a. addair) just because the weather is getting colder, doesn’t mean you have to stop line drying your clothes. do it inside and humidify your house while you’re at it. go to laundrylist.org to learn more.
(from a. addair)
(from a addair) photography by dustin addair
(from both) Monday nights are our date nights. We opted tonight to pick a TED talk and then take a beach walk to discuss it. Ted.com is devoted to “sharing ideas worth spreading” in the form of short talks given by interesting and inovative people. We meandered to global issues, and then landed on Katherine [...] Continue Reading »
(from a. addair)Lately, my paintings have been meditations on my fascination with what I have come to call my gobstopper (the square or rectangular shape filled with circles stretching over the first plane of the canvas). So called because I can roll it around in my palate for hours and it never seems to lose [...] Continue Reading »