As Election Day in the United States approaches, out newsfeeds, emails, and TV’s are full of messages telling us who and what to vote for. I am not here to tell you who or what to vote for, I just found this worth mentioning as it seems to be a prevailing state of mind for … More Would you like your skull in Paper or Plastic?
We are all familiar with the concept of art ‘not being in style until long after the artist is dead’. I had the thought of revisiting graffiti and its historical and archeological importance this week after I decided to do a series of posts for my Lapidary Club’s Facebook page themed around ‘rock art’, using … More Graffiti: A Good Rat or Bad Rat?
As you find this new blog post, I send you my warmest best wishes and hope that you and your family are safe and unaffected by the happenings of the world. There are days when I despair for the future. What are our lives going to be like? I don’t want to be dramatic and … More for the World
I read an article last week about a wall. Archaeologists discovered the earliest known stonewall built in Poland, constructed between 1750 and 1690 BCE on Zyndram Hill. Built by new settlers to the area, the wall and the complex it protected were an architectural feat more similar to that of the Bronze Age Mediterranean rather … More Good Fences Make Good Neighbors