A Moveable Feast: Art Exhibition in New Jersey

Gabriel Navar

A Moveable Feast: Art Exhibition in New Jersey

” app 2 have and eat cake ”
acrylic, pencils, ink, & oil on paper
24 x 18 in © 2012 Gabriel Navar
(this painting is part of “A Moveable Feast)

Raul Villareal, MFA, and Virginia Fabbri Butera, Ph.D. are curators of the exhibition “A Moveable Feast: Art, Food and Migration” at Therese A. Maloney Art Gallery, at College of Saint Elizabeth in Morristown, New Jersey (2 Convent Road, Morristown, NJ 07960). The exhibition runs from February 10 – April 30, 2014.

“In this exhibition, we have selected paintings, sculptures, drawings, photographs, mixed media collages, videos and installation works where food and its rituals have an even greater multiplicity of meanings and purposes in our contemporary, globally-aware society.” Excerpt from the Essay Statement for “A Moveable Feast” Art Exhibition.

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They Say He Wanted to Be a Mountain Man

SBI: A Thinning Crowd

Jeremiah Johnson is one of my all-time favorite movies. I have watched it so many times that I know what the characters are going to say before they say it. The movie is great on many levels. It has a great story, great scenery and great music. It is the music part that inspired this post.

I have wanted to soundtrack for a long time, but everything I have found is lacking. The music is there but not the words. To me, the narration of Jeremiah Johnson is one of the vital aspects of the movie. The music without the words is missing something.

A couple of weeks ago, I found a copy of the original soundtrack on the Internet and ordered it immediately. Honestly, I paid too much, but sometimes sacrifices have to be made. A few days ago, the CD arrived.image

It is more awesome than I thought…

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