Monthly Archives: November 2005

Not just for kids: Foam Paint

Here it is, the foam paint recipe: What you’ll need Ziploc bag (or should I be saying gripper seal bags?)Crayola WASHABLE paints (okay, I have brand loyalty issues)Non-gel type shaving cream (… Colgate)*Elmer’s white glue *optional What to do: Open ziploc bag and fold the top over to make it easier to put the shaving […]

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On display in Grand Central

Hadley’s work is now on display in Grand Central Station at the Paradis Found Booth. The show started November 21st and runs through December 24th. Booth hours are Monday through Friday 10am to 8pm and Saturdays and Sundays 12pm to 6 pm. Stop by the booth and meet the amazingly talented and friendly designer of […]

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Sleeping Baby (not quite)

This is a picture of one of the most alert and mature 6 week olds I have ever had the pleasure of photographing. Her mother called me with the hopes of getting some close ups of her daughter’s hands, feet, et al. for an announcement. No problem. I should have said that after I met […]

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Tis the season!

How was your Thanksgiving? Mine was fantastic! Hosting 14 people is easy when they’re all such generous helpers. We had pecan pie, pumpkin pie, apple pie, brownies, cupcakes, a little champagne and some turkey too. I can’t wait for next year. Now that Thanksgiving is over, the season has begun. No, not the Holiday season […]

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Happy Thanksgiving

Rather than a photo, here’s a painting today. This is titled, “The First Thanksgiving” and was painted by Jean Louis Gerome Ferris (1863-1930). Thank you to Mrs. Sarah Josepha Hale for lobbying to make today a national holiday. Thank you also to President Lincoln for declaring Thanksgiving a national holiday in 1863. I better start […]

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