Friday, August 20, 2010

Trailing Lights

The moving walkway at the National Gallery of Art.
Reminds me of neon when the lights are blurred like this.

Saw an interesting exhibit of  Allen Ginsberg's photographs.
A window into his life as a beat poet, many pictures from the early years. 
The movie Howl is coming out soon. I'm intrigued.
Happy Friday all!
I gave my shop and drawing room a little makeover.
Do you like it?


Anonymous said...

I love the makeover! This is always such a wonderful place to visit.

You might have seen this :
But did you know Etsy used your shop for the new wider pages illustration?

I hope you have a lovely weekend:)

Unknown said...

Like the new page banner and how you signed it with your own hand. Nice touch!

holly aka golly said...

Barbara: I did see it - only at first I though everyone was seeing a version of their shop - not that everyone was seeing my shop! I was so honored to be the "sample".

Thank you Mimi! I though with the new wider pages in my shop it was time to freshen up a little bit.

RosaMarĂ­a said...

i love the makeover!
have ahappy weekend!

blue china studio happy said...

I love your new look! It is great!

Kendra Zvonik said...

Yes! Love the new look, Holly! Great pics of the moving walkway, too.
Happy painting! xo kz

holly aka golly said...

thank you ladies!

Horse & Hare said...

Ooh! I've been meaning to go see that!

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Linz said...

ginsberg is the one who finally convinced me that modern poetry rocks just as hard as classic poetry. a lot of my friends and even family don't like him, but there's a certain musicality, restless energy, and insanity in his poems to draw me in. i have no idea how producers are going to pull off a 'Howl' movie, but i'll definitely keep an eye out for that!

holly aka golly said...

Linz: I have been meaning to pull my copy of howl off the shelf. It has been a while. I'm curious about the movie too. James Franco plays Ginsberg.

Unknown said...

Everything you do is just grand. Love your work!! Hits my love of nature and simplicity just perfectly in the sweet spot!!!

holly aka golly said...

thank you Julie! So kind of you.