Wednesday, September 26, 2012
As we go about our days, each one of us carries a secret or two, I suppose. After all, we are complex creatures made of flesh and blood and...mystery. But come sundown we retreat to a dark, private sanctuary where thinkin takes on a life of it's own.
A curious thing, the mind. It has a way of grabbing your attention...sometimes when you least expect it. Why, just last week this farmer was ambling down the road, Adam Clayton Powell it was, where I saw the most fascinating constructions assembled. The little sculptures and paintings at Art in Flux were so intriguing and lovely to look at, I was fixated! These little curiosities are constructed of the most imaginable elements and can get one to conjurin.
The name of the show is "Bedtime Confessions" and if that does'nt charm you into a visit...well, then, you might as well just pull up the covers and go to sleep!
Art in Flux is located in Harlem at 1961 Adam Clayton Powell Blvd & 118th St.. The show runs through Oct. 26th and then it is put to bed. The hours are Wed. - Sat. 12-7 and Sun. 12-5. If ambling is not to your liking, the nearest train is the c/e at 116/Fredrick Douglas or the 2/3 express at 116/Lenox.