I am from a family of five hearts I am from a place where love is keeping everything together. – Chris Duh
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It was one of those March days when the sun shines hot and the wind blows cold: when it is summer in the light, and winter in the shade. – Charles Dickens
Behind dark, twining ivy, On an old, Victorian wall, Where moths and small flies flutter, And spiders weave and crawl, There’s a rusty lock that’s hidden In a peeling, old oak door – They who find the key are bidden To unlock a treasure store, For behind those creaky hinges Lies a garden of delights, […]
My Robot By Shel Silverstein I told my robot to my biddin’ He yawned and said, “You must be kiddin’.” I told my robot to cook me a stew. He said, “I got better things to do.” I told my robot to sweep my shack. He said. “You want me to stain my back?” I […]
The creation of this 7.5″ x 17″ aluminum clad door assemblage by artist, Rhett Johnson, is chalked full of layers of various metal textures formed and riveted to an old chunk of 3/4 inch plywood.