|My Art Show display at SoonerCon 24 includes six pieces never before shown at an sf convention, three pieces never before seen anywhere, and eight never before seen at a SoonerCon.|
As of this posting, most of my programming panels are yet to happen. I am scheduled to moderate all of them (which I prefer), and I’ve got a whole bunch of prompts and questions lined up for each. If you’re at the convention, please consider attending:
2D and 3D Fantasy Creature Creation (1 pm Saturday in Ballroom B)
That Would Have Been Nice to Know (4 pm Saturday in Maynard)
Law and Order . . . IN SPACE! (11 am Sunday in Maynard)
Who Owns Original Artwork? (Noon Sunday in Ballroom B)
We had a busy, crowded Artists Reception (complete with delicious hors d’oeuvres and champagne) on Friday night at the Art Show, showcasing a wide variety of art.
SoonerCon is always a lot of fun. If you didn’t have a chance to attend this year, please consider it for next year!
IMAGE: I took the photo of my own art in the display I organized at SoonerCon 24; all rights belong to me. You my re-publish it online, if you’ll include a link back to this post and an attribution to say whose art it is and where. Thanks!
IMAGE: Many thanks to the ever-abounding Word Porn Facebook page!
|Hulk, France, 2014|
|The Dragon, St. Etienne, France, 2013|
|Bruce Lee’s Flying Kick, St. Etienne, France, 2014|
|We Push! France, 2013|
|The Tightrope-Walker, France, 2014|
Doesn’t make it easier to embrace changes.
IMAGE: Many thanks to Good Ol’ Word Porn!
|A military warehouse in Rome might cause you to do a double-take! The artist’s name is Blu.|
|Here’s a closer look at one section.|
|Another part of the mural.|
|And yet another part.|
|This one’s my personal favorite.|
|And here’s your street view.|
IMAGE: Many thanks to DesignBoom for this image and the accompanying story it posted with the picture! See them all here. It also appeared on a Tumblr post I haven’t been able to find again.
IMAGE: Many thanks to TitleWaveforBooks on Facebook!
Seventy-one years ago today. Never forget.
IMAGE CREDIT: Many thanks to the discussion forum Tree of Liberty, for this image.