The below video is a performance by Flo Anito at the the Downtown Holiday Market in Columbia Heights, Washington, D.C.. I'm not sure what the name of the song is but, I couldn't help but notice that Flo wasn't wearing gloves as she was banging away on her keyboard on that nippy December day. I don't know about anyone else, but I was FREEZING. She eventually put her gloves on .... But it made me wonder ... ARE MUSICIANS COLD-BLOODED ANIMALS, like dinosaurs? Are they able to withstand the extreme temperatures better than ordinary Joes like me?
Flo's music is quite good, and her song "Uh-Oh" is appearing in my film Journey to the Center of Artomatic, which I recently completed. I'll be posting news about upcoming screenings of my film soon. If you're organization would like to schedule a screening, please contact me through the film's website.
On another note, yesterday I wrote a blog on how an artist turns grubby old t-shirts into cute cuddly, teddy bears. In the blog, I noted that the artist makes purses out of old (1960's era) radios and asked whether the ladies out there would use this purse. Apparently the artist took that item down from his website. I don't know why. It was an interesting post-modernism piece.
"What if anyone could be an artist?"