Category Archives: 19th Century Modern

Good Morning – I’m Still Here – Until I’m Not

______ ______ ______ Credit the mom with saying, “I’m still here!” About a week before she wasn’t. I have many years to go for that, so I hope, but this has been a tough winter. The worst part, perhaps, has … Continue reading

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FTAC – Trend Shift –> 19th Century Modern

I’ve grown to have mixed feelings about high-tech, which perhaps may come with age and associated conditions, not the least of which has involved “de-defragmenting” time in the manner encouraged by all things gadgety and web. In “19th Century Modern” … Continue reading

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FTAC (No! Not Here) — A Note About Art and Writing

My take on fine art may be different as I’ve dicked around and through at least three, with each bringing some milestones or returns. The creative writing ambition returned $20 from The North American Review. 🙂 In photography, I have … Continue reading

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Turn Off! Tune Out! Drop Back In.

Reading: Richard Adams’ The Girl In A Swing. I should not have turned on the computer to share this. All weekend it has been off, and what a delicious experience of time has been encouraged by that alone. Time to breath. … Continue reading

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Ol’ “Oppenheim Arts & Letters” — A Review of Digital Assets

http://commart.typepad.com/oppenheim_arts_letters/2013/07/that-darned-beautiful-logo-shaping-the-web-dimension.html The above URL links to the Typepad mama of the three WordPress blogs I’ve been keeping as business, personal, and conflict journals. But there’s more to the story. I’d close the old blog but have found opportunity to reference … Continue reading

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FTAC – A Comment on Web Time

https://jsoppenheim.com/2013/05/06/reading-richard-adams-_the-girl-in-a-swing_/ Back when, I would be done . . . and perhaps working on my own work . . . or working on a photograph . . . or a piece of music. With multiple blogs, the Facebook nexus, news … Continue reading

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Reading – Richard Adams – _The Girl in A Swing_

I’m sorry I marked the first paragraph of the first chapter of this old and deckle edged first edition, but even so slightly used, oh what a still magical and mysterious experience the reading remains. Adams’ work reminds: while a … Continue reading

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