Saturday, June 28, 2008
Thursday, June 26, 2008
According to the Cape Cod Times, the number of complaints concerning public sex in the Provincetown and Truro parts of the national park has more than tripled over the past decade. "It's a growing issue, both from the number of complaints and the number of areas doing this activity," Seashore superintendent George Price told the paper.
I think there's become a lack of discretion, while this activity has been going on for years, the current rise in complaints has more to do with the boldness of the activity. So if the mood hits you while enjoying the sun, sea and sand remember that despite it's remoteness and it's rep as the gay beach it's still a public park. Be discreet or else the crackdown will become heavy and harsh.
Tuesday, June 24, 2008
Saturday, June 14, 2008
Wednesday, June 11, 2008
PROVINCETOWN, Mass. - Lyman-Eyer Increases Number of Male Figurative Artists it Represents
Michael Breyette to Begin Selling Work Through Gallery
Male figurative pastel artist Michael Breyette will begin selling his work through the Lyman-Eyer Gallery in Provincetown, which has established itself as the go-to place for male figurative art. Breyette is a self-taught artist, he says, who has been drawing for as long as he can remember.
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Tuesday, June 10, 2008
With summer heat comes a sand pail full of summer treats. Among the best is the opening of all those little ice cream shops in every small town and vacation spot, serving up sweet, cold and creamy confections. Of course, another treat is the hunky eye candy that these warm summer months serve up.
The limited edition Gallery and Studio prints are available for purchase. The 20% off Day of Issue Sale ends around Midnight tomorrow.
Sunday, June 08, 2008
It's been a while since I've done a cowboy, I just had to get back in the saddle because they are so much fun!
Wednesday, June 04, 2008
It’s been a roller coaster of a week! In a nutshell, due to events beyond their control Little Gorgeous Things can no longer host my exhibit in July. That was devastating to hear. However, they helped me out by proposing some solutions and I am happy to say and am very thankful to the Lyman-Eyer Gallery of Provincetown for not only hosting the exhibit on such short notice but also representing me full time. What’s even better is that they had a spot on their calendar that will allow them to host my exhibit and reception during the original time period.
The exhibit still begins on July 9th, with the reception still July 11th at 7-9 PM. While the show will technically end a few days earlier, it is inconsequential since they will still be displaying my work well beyond the end date.
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