Friday, October 23, 2009

Sangoel Makes Debut

On Sunday October 24 Khadra and I signed books at my home.  Many friends and community members were there to celebrate, buy books and meet Sangoel.

Thanks to those of you who were able to make the event.  And for those of you who could not be there, we plan more books signings so keep up to date on this blog or by contacting the Pittsburgh Refugee center.  

Saturday, October 10, 2009

Armadil-i-moto sited on St Simons Island

This armadillo "walking" down the sidewalk in the village on St. Simons Island reminded me that the concept of Galimtos as sculptures made from wire, tin cans and other found objects can lead the imagination anywhere.

See my book Glimoto and then take a look around and see what you find in the trash heap that captures your imagination.

And look around you and
see what others have created from tin cans and old bicycle parts for instance.   There are no limits to the concept of a galimoto if it is made from discarded material.

Gotta love the whimsy!

Keeps you going on the Bike Trail in Rockland, PA and in Life.