January 2018: Carel Fabritius (born Carel Pietersz) Born: February 27, 1622 in Middenbeemster, Dutch Republic Died: October 12, 1654 in Delft, Dutch Republic Carel Fabritius was one of three brother painters. His younger brother, Barent, was a painter of biblical subjects, mythical scenes, and… Continue Reading “Artist for January: Carel Fabritius”
Movie Review: All the Money in the World (2017) Quote from All the Money in the World by John Paul Getty III: “To be a Getty is an extraordinary thing. My grandfather wasn’t just the richest man in the world, he was the richest… Continue Reading “Movie Review: All the Money in the World”
Image of the Week I like light bulbs. I like turtles. I like ships. It’s like wondering how you get a ship into a bottle. I don’t think I need to say anymore. It’s a cool picture. Word of the Week Finally! A word… Continue Reading “Trifecta #4”
It seems you have been here before. Yes, you have. The objects look the same. Yet, you know they are different. The dust is another layer formed. Another year gone by, and you must escape from under these dark clouds. Your eyes are heavy.… Continue Reading “Poem: Always”
I’m getting there piece by piece. I can’t wait to apply this to my two reviews and future recommendations. The lower the rating, the smaller the finger size. Symbolism has to count for something. Cheers and Happy Movie Watching Everyone!!!
From the Streets of Pusan (now Busan) to Living in the Midwest (now Los Angeles) This has all the tragic workings of an after school special, but there is no other way to state the beginning of my life. I was found wandering the… Continue Reading “Not Your Typical S.K. in L.A.”
I thought this would be a good time to recommend a book that also reminds me back to the days when I was in school. Trust me when I say it is a good read. I wouldn’t be recommending Dragon Ladies: Asian American Feminists… Continue Reading “Book Recommendation: Dragon Ladies”
Image of the Week This seal is either happy to be in the water or disgruntled because s/he can’t fully submerge under the water. Word of the Week Do you remember the transitive verb? If you don’t, I’ll tell you. It is a verb… Continue Reading “Trifecta #3”