IT MIGHT TAKE US A LIFETIME

If you needed any more encouragement to have a final end-of-summer picnic, this Louis le Brocquy painting should do the trick. [via Old Paint]

And, some new things that surfaced today:

New Foxy Digitalis website, nice little podcast by friend Eric Hardiman.

I love Jeff Witscher’s addictive little interview blog, 3.D piano.

Another brilliant vintage interview with Emmit Gowin.

It might take us a lifetime to find out what it is we need to say. Most of us fall into where our feelings are headed while we’re quite young. But the beauty of all this uncertainty would be that in the process of exhausting all the possibilities, we might actually stumble unconsciously into the recognition of something that’s useful to us, that speaks to a deep need within ourselves. At the same time, I like to think that in order for any of us to really do anything new, we can’t know exactly what it is we are doing.

I’ve linked to him before. His interview with BOMB magazine the year prior is equally astounding.

And finally, some truly exciting news — my beautiful friend Windy Weber will be contributing her thoughts on gardening and the harvest on this little blog later this week! Not only is she a brilliant musician, writer, and record shop owner, Windy also happens to be an ace gardener. Although we live far apart, I have long gazed with envy at her descriptions and photos of recently harvested baskets of heirloom tomatoes and cucumbers. I’m thrilled to have her be a bpart of Popcorn Plays. Please check back soon!!

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