This week I contributed a short essay about my life with Jan in Sweden to The DOMA Project, a campaign focused on changing US immigration policy with regard to binational LGBT couples. Click here to read my personal story and those of others - and please share them. The more people become aware of the unfairness of US policy, the sooner it will be corrected.
Friday, December 17, 2010
Monday, October 18, 2010
So Jan and I were taking a lovely Sunday walk around town, and we walked past a gallery that I usually don't particularly like.
But it currently has a show that literally stopped my in my tracks - we had to go in to get a closer look. Here's one example from the gallery's website:
Or this one:
But what you can't really tell from these images is that you have to get right up to it, like this:
Crazy, amazingly controlled impasto! Robert Terry is the artist, an American who lives and works in New York (*sigh*).
And I'm such a sucker for fall scenes.
I took a few of my own pictures with my cell phone, but I lost the darn cord that lets you upload pics to the computer...so, yeah. Maybe I'll update this post later, if I ever resolve that issue.
Anyway, truly stunning artwork, and if I had 10,000-some bucks lying around, I would totally be tempted to buy. So Stockholmers: get thee to Lars Bohman Gallery (before November 5th).
Sunday, October 17, 2010
Well, he honored me with inclusion into the site - an IM interview about Gay America. It's fun and short, in line with the rest of the site's content.
Sunday, October 10, 2010
Tuesday, October 5, 2010
Wednesday, July 28, 2010
A friend forwarded me this adorable photo...
...and my immediate reaction was: OMG! That's Jack!