Sunday, July 06, 2014
Saving Bob Boze Bell Art
July 6, 2014
Danger: navel gazing ahead: When I go on my morning walks it helps me clear my mind and in the quiet I get to think of the day ahead and all the things I want to accomplish. But sometimes I am shocked back into the present and it usually involves the mountains and the sky yelling at me. Their loud message is clear: I simply need to be in the moment. Like this moment, at 5:55 a.m. with the sky opening up over Ratcliff Ridge.
In This Moment All Things Are Possible, 5:55 a.m. Ratcliff Ridge
Last week I had a conversation with the director of the Tempe branch of the Arizona Historical Society about donating my cartoons, artwork, research materials and artifacts to an organization that would want it, and would take care of it. John Langellier told me the first step is to tag and document all of the materials and then have it all appraised. So, I need a pro to help me, and last Friday night one offered her time to help me organize and document everything. And she had one piece of advice:
"Stop throwing stuff away until I can see it!"