“Bluey,” Inwood Icon, Laid to Rest at Age 31
“Bluey,” a 1982 Honda Civic, will be laid to rest on July 31, 2012, following a ceremony in upper Manhattan, NY. Bluey—so named by the young son of Mr. Ettling’s downstairs neighbors—was lovingly owned and driven for 30 years by Harry Ettling, a jazz musician and long-time Inwood resident.
‘Born’ in the fall of 1981, Bluey was purchased new by Mr. Ettling’s girlfriend at the time, Ms. Lucy Smith, originally of…Continue
Added by Rosa Naparstek on July 30, 2012 at 2:33am — No Comments
OK. still a novice, or is it the site that's not alright? Here is the Postcard referenced in the "blog" below. And another chance to say Hello. See what I mean about "compulsive "rhyming? Repulsive? Will this mean I won't be taken as seriously by a gallery? It maybe true, thank you.rosa…Continue
Added by Rosa Naparstek on July 5, 2012 at 1:23pm — No Comments
Dear Friends, As an artist, lawyer, and political activist, I have been working to integrate knowing/feeling and the personal/political. Much of my work explores childhood memories and how unacknowledged emotions shape and distort our world. This exhibit, Opening next week (Thursday, July 12 @5:30 PM) emerged from my poem and work Face to Face: Occupy Myself published in the Manhattan Times last January (also posted here). There will be a Closing Party, Tuesday, July 31, 7-9 PM featuring The…Continue
Added by Rosa Naparstek on July 5, 2012 at 1:13pm — No Comments