In case you've been paying attention to Topsy Turvy (I hope there are still a few of you out there), surely you've noticed a lack of posts lately. I do plan to get back into a more frequent schedule, so please don't desert me! I've been working on a couple of all-consuming projects, and hopefully will have some big news to announce in the next few months. (Sorry, but I don't want to jinx it with too much info.) So, thank you for coming!
I thought I would share the work of artist, Serena Bocchino, who is influenced by American jazz, the spiritual aspects of music and the energies of the urban landscape (according to her website bio). I am a huge fan of modern (abstract) art and her paintings and drawings are pure poetry to me, with a little whimsy and a lot of optimism.
Very refreshing right now. ...........................................................................
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Because of your wonderful and interesting reviews, I have recently purchased the following books and magazines: San Francisco Style by Diane D. Saeks; the book Dwellings by Stephen Sills and James Huniford; the latest issue of Town and Country magazine (because of your review on Diane Von Furstenburg) and while in the store, I happened to see Veranda magazine and purchased it. Not only are you a great writer, you make things more interesting. You are also a great saleswoman.
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