Albert Einstein & BH Art Show Report

46"x46" oil on canvas You were not supposed to meet this Albert until next Fall. He was specifically painted for a gallery show I have coming up in October. But, on a lark, I decided to bring him to the Beverly Hills Art Show this past weekend to see if he could draw some attention. Man, oh man, did this man draw a lot of attention. It is not evident here, with this small image, just how big he is and how much paint is on that canvas. At just about four feet by four feet, that's a lot of Albert.
My Report on the Beverly Hills Art Show
Outside of the fact somebody tried to get me to eat a cookie with white chocolate in it, I had a great show. No, I do not like white chocolate. I do not even consider it to be chocolate—I don't know what it is, but it is not chocolate. It is the confectionary world's equivalent of high fructose corn syrup and I don't like it. The Spousal Unit, on the other hand, loves white chocolate and loves it when somebody gives it to me—could that beautiful smile get any broader? Did I tell you that I do not like white chocolate? Sorry, I wandered a bit there. Regaining the thread now... The show was great! The weather, the friends—old and new, the sales, the not getting tasered by the Park Rangers, the food (except for that heretical cookie), The Spousal Unit being there (eating that heretical cookie), all great!
Posted May 26, 2016

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