Monday, September 06, 2010

eye of the hurricane

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It's getting to be a pretty strange
country we're living in.


karen said...

Excellent music choice!! And once again your collage art is awesome! Your work is inspiring.

And I have to agree with your statement...this is a strange country we're living in.

Sam Juliano said...

Michael, I hope you had a relaxing Labor Day! I guess it's time now for many of us to get down to business. Ha! I never heard the music of this ambient group, the Joe Acheson Quartet, but I stayed with it, and have investigated further! Intriguing for sure, as is this great collage here!

Coffee Messiah said...

mg: Getting stranger by the minute. Especially over the last year or so.

sam: Thanks for stopping by. He's now calling his group the Hidden Orchestra and has a new cd coming out soon. They're in the UK.

Harnett-Hargrove said...

Yes, and we are all a part if it! -J

tut-tut said...

powerful image, coffee. I've been thinking about this very much lately.

tut-tut said...

Thank you for introducing me to the Joe Acheson Quartet, too!

layers said...

yes, your words in your collage are very apt now- esp. with elections coming up- the rhetoric is getting heated, hyped, and wilder day by day.

ratatouille's archives said...

Hi! C.M.,

What a very interesting collage and very revealing.

It seems to be "saying" an endless cycle or circle.

The more things change the more things stay the same.

Nice sounds...Thanks, for sharing!
DeeDee ;-D

Coffee Messiah said...

j: Yep, one way or another.

tt: Hey, Thanks.

layers: It's all pathetic, especially this latest goof ball in florida wanting to burn the Koran.

dd: Thanks for stopping by and taking a listen!

John said...

Strange days indeed. Here in Fla. we have a pastor who wants to burn the Koran and a rich businessman (Rick Scott)who reminds of Jack Nicholson's version of "The Joker" running for Gov., only he is running more against the President than he is against the other local candidates. He ran as an outsider, however since winning the Republican primary he has made nice with the political establishment and they have united. So much for being an outsider.

Coffee Messiah said...

john: The goofball pastor = idiot.
Hard to imagine that people haven't picked up on the outsider really an insider. Maybe one day in our lifetime it'll change, but that's asking a lot I guess. Thanks for chiming in.

Gaby Bee said...

It's been a while! I dropped in to see what you've been up to. This collage is gorgeous, Michael! Once again you have done a great job!
Enjoy your day and make some fab art :-)

California Girl said...

I did not originally understand this post when I first saw it. I hadn't yet heard about burning the Koran.

Now I get it. Thank goodness this man has been talked down from an incediary act. We have enough problems as it is.

Coffee Messiah said...

gaby: Thanks for stopping by!

cg:What can you say anymore? ; (

mouse (aka kimy) said...


ha ha