July 23, 2012

kevin pogo curtis

He's probably in that attic as I write this, breathing those fumes through an old bandana, pumping a cloud of color into the air.

It's hotter than hell up there, but he's working anyway.  Maybe some Sebadoh, too, tonight.

He putting down lines at the speed of art.  They will form something in front of your eyes, something you recognize.  Or don't.  Maybe a starry night.  Maybe hands, outstretched to you or a building outstretched to the sky.  Maybe a hill, or is it a breast?

He's an inspired slasher in the night, a dripper of form, a spatterer of blood and grass and sky colors.

He's been doing this since he was a young boy.  I have seen a picture. 

Kevin Pogo Curtis' beautiful work will be appearing at MOTR Pub, beginning this Friday, July 27th.

Kevin on Facebook

July 16, 2012

holly and helen

They dance in starlight on fields of silk.

They float where others fall.

They trust in each other, in themselves. 

They abandon this world. It is written on their faces.

 They are cradled in the curve of the moon.

Holly and Helen will be performing their beautiful aerial silks routine, on Saturday, July 21st, at the Midsummer Masquerade, at the Loveland Castle.  

Midsummer Masquerade