Category Archive: Painted in the Desert – A Travel Journal

Charlie Parriott in Turkey which leads me to asking some questions…

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What I’ve noticed with all of the artists in the film is that everyone seems to be doing things internationally.  What this means to me, but may not mean to you, is that… Continue reading

Why you see a lot of posts here about Traver Gallery in Seattle…

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Because they are one of the reasons that glass had a renaissance!  Also, a lot of the people Mellissae grew up with became friends because they met through the gallery…Plus, I love their… Continue reading

Poetry and Interactive Performances with Mellissae Lucia and Wendy Mulhern

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Mellissae (yes, our Mellissae Lucia) collaborated as a photography illustrator with Wendy Mulhern’s poetry in a beautiful book and they are having an event on Queen Anne THIS SATURDAY (February 2nd).  Here are… Continue reading

SOFA – Sculpture Objects Functional Art

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Frank & I went to SOFA for the first time in many, many years and we were both extremely happy about going.  Honestly, I thought the art was going to be stale or… Continue reading

There is still time to get your free Henry poster!

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Ryan “Henry” Ward is in Frelard today until 5:00 signing posters. They are so well done and on cardstock too. If you don’t get a chance to get a free poster, make sure… Continue reading

Seattle Design Festival

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But what does that have to do with the movie you ask?  Wellllllll….they had a Hipstomatic photo contest and our very own Full Circle boys were submitted by a Lorraine Healy as part… Continue reading

Painted in the Desert Trailer

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I think this might be the last of this style… Changes= 1) Description of the artists in the film while Mellissae is dancing 2) Pumped up Bob Carlson’s quote about illusions 3) Added… Continue reading

Dick Weiss’s work at The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

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This is a gorgeous piece of Dick’s and is truly worth checking out if you’re at Seattle Center.  It is at the parking garage entrance (yep, the garage gets the best work).  We… Continue reading

Seattle Center – Pilchuck Glass School 70s exhibit

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Paul Marioni and Charlie Parriott were the only two from the movie in the exhibit which was pretty surprising.  I thought I’d at least see Sonja.  Ah well, pretty cool anyway.  The exhibit… Continue reading

MEAN GROWN UPS presenting (who doesn’t like) PUDDING?

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I don’t think people realize what wonderful talent we were able to get for the movie.  Mary did the voice-over of the poem written by another amazing artist.  Frank and I went to… Continue reading