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Anthology: Ten Years of TQ – Lorraine Anne Davis

Robert Stivers, Head with Open Mouth, 1995 Lorraine and I met in a small town outside of Florence, Italy while attending a yoga seminar with Dona Holleman. Since, we've hiked the Alps, Spa'd in Gstaad, swam the Limmat in Zurich, rang church tower bells in Boston, walked Canyon Road Farolito Christmas Eve in Santa Fe, attended Manon at the Royal Opera House in London, killed it NYC with Renee Fleming and Andre Previn at Carnegie Hall, touched down in Texas and burned the museum floors – hundreds of times in countless in cities. Lorraine is more than an expert in the field of photography she is a master whose comprehensive lecture series on the history of portraiture in photography, "The Famous, The Infamous and the … [Read more...]

Interior Insomniac

American Motel by Eric Cousineau — Sleepless Everywhere "They have worries, they're counting the miles, they're thinking about where to sleep tonight, how much money for gas, the weather, how they'll get there--and all the time they'll get there anyway, you see." — Jack Kerouac, On the Road, Part 3, Ch. Our relationship with intermediary places of rest is ambiguous. The ubiquitous La Quintas, Motel 8s, Days Inns and Holiday Expresses that litter today’s highway exits are for quick over-night stays or cheap holiday stops near American tourist-industry pleasure parks such as 6-Flags or Disney World.  These motel chains, along with food and shopping-mall chains, have homogenized American architecture and have successfully erased all … [Read more...]