Monday, August 18, 2008

Drawing of the Day



Found this as I perused one of my old sketchbooks. Something from my dark period...
14x17" pastel/charcoal.

Sunday, August 17, 2008

Last Movie Monday in Bryant Park-Aug.18th TOMORROW




Bryant Park's Summer Film Festival
Date/Time:Every week Monday from Mon., June 23 until Mon., August 18, 8:00pm
Price: free
Contact Info: | Event Website

COP A SQUAT
A picnic at the park is classic
EUDIE PAK

Teenage sniper Brenda Ann Spencer, explaining the 1979 shooting spree that left two dead and several injured, told a reporter: "I don't like Mondays. This livens up the day." Luckily for us, Bryant Park's Summer Film Festival, which takes place every Monday through August 18, provides another avenue for relieving those end-of-the-weekend dolors. Tonight, catch the classic Bride of Frankenstein (1935), starring Boris Karloff as the Monster—who, along with his creator, Henry Frankenstein, has managed to survive the dramatic fire at the end of 1931's Frankenstein. Having given up reanimating the dead, Dr. Frankenstein is pulled back into the resurrection business when his old professor—the sinister Dr. Pretorius—kidnaps his wife and blackmails him into building a bride (famously played by Elsa Lanchester) for the sad, lonely Monster. You'll never see unrequited love quite like this again. Lawn opens at 5 for blankets and picnicking, film starts at sunset.

Friday, August 8, 2008

And today's favorite Infrared Photo


photo by Tricia Chatterton. All Rights Reserved. No duplication without permission.

Displaying the mood I'm in today. lol.
I really just can't believe they stopped making this film. SIGH. It's just the BEST.

Thursday, August 7, 2008

Another Color Infrared Photo...

Cuz I just can't let go...



Photo by Tricia Chatterton. All rights reserved. Photo may not be used without permission.

My Favorite Photo Today...


photo by and copywritten by Tricia Chatterton. Photo may not be used without permission.

Draw-A-Thon: Where You Can Draw 'Til Your Heart's Content.




There's a place where you can go draw nudes for hours...and under $100. The Draw-A-Thon. It's not for the faint of heart or the conservative, however. Michael Alan has just received a grant for his infamous Draw-A-Thon and you can now pay just $10 for 10 models in a 3000sqft place. Here's the info:

"Thursday at 6pm we will be performing a 5 hour play Life and Death of the Draw-a-thon, we are sponsored by the Brooklyn arts council and pochron studios and might not get such an amazing opportunity and space like this in a while so don't miss out,
The space is over the top, and the show and work we have put into the poses and story will make you feel alive and fun....
admission=$ 10 www.michaelalanart.com
time+ 6pm-11pm
address- 20 jay street 11th floor, dumbo Brooklyn. f train to york...walk down the hill.....your on Jay street..."

Enjoy.

Sunday, August 3, 2008

Le Gigot: My New Favorite Restaurant...


Although, it's not really new. It's been there for almost 10 years or so, apparently. Everything I tasted here was delicious. And the pâté was the best I've ever had, hands down. Superb restaurant and suberb staff. Definitely a must on your culinary list of to do's in NYC.

Le Gigot
18 Cornelia St., New York, NY 10014
212-627-3737

Arctic Hysteria at Ps1




A Finnish friend o' mine suggested this show at Ps1. I'm definitely checking this out when the Finnish bands Jimi Tenor and Op:1 Bastards are playing on August 23rd. See below for the write-up on the Ps1.org website.

Arctic Hysteria: New Art from Finland
On view June 1, 2008 - September 15, 2008

P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center presents Arctic Hysteria: New Art from Finland, an intergenerational and interdisciplinary exhibition featuring 16 Finnish artists, that will introduce New York audiences to outlandish visions of aliens, utopias, animals, and psychedelia. Arctic Hysteria will be on view in the First Floor Galleries, Café, and Boiler Room from June 1, 2008 through September 15, 2008. In conjunction, Warm Up will present two major Finnish bands Jimi Tenor and Op:l Bastards on August 23. On September 15, The Museum of Modern Art will present a special screening of Electric Forest, a compilation of historical and contemporary Finnish video works.