Greetings! I'm a child of the 70's who never left the 80's. The 80's are my happy place.
I love all things retro, Castle/Caskett, Mork & Mindy, Genesis/Phil Collins, Paula Abdul, classic tv, retro toys, Barry Manilow, Daryl Hall, Howard Jones, Elton John, 80's synth pop, yacht rock, 80's/90's hiphop & R&B, vinyl records, new jack swing, sneakers, John Ritter, pop art, the ocean, Jeeps, Deloreans, etc.. Would love to meet more 80s freaks, retro lovers & whoever else would like to know me. I mostly post/reblog goodies from the 70's, 80's, & early 90's.
11 x 14”
acrylic on velvet
For the new show:
I KNOW YOU ART, BUT WHAT AM I?
Pee-Wee Herman Tribute Art Show
Dates: July 29 - August 19, 2011
Opening Reception: Fri, July 29th, 7-10pm
John Larroquette as Dan Fielding…a publicity shot for his breakthrough sitcom ‘Night Court’
Grover has Sesame Street Fever
August 6, 1908 – December 7, 1982
Poem for Willy by Roscoe Orman
My friend, in the deep silence of sleep
Hear the thunderous applause of hearts
That sing for yours, a heart
That gave such joy, so well
For days unnumbered, in ways unmeasured
Sharing wisdom mixed with loving care
To form a special brew of teaching
With your generous laughter filled with hope
With your pain-filled voice raised against injustice
With those wond’rous glowing eyes approving
With a smiling nod
With your honesty, your warmth, your love.
The curtain now descends
Peace, be still, and rest
You’ve taught us well, dear friend
Our lives have been so blessed.
(December 15, 1982 - Found in the booklet for Sesame Street Vol. 3)
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