Posts Tagged ‘theostyle art’

On the move 

July 22, 2017

Triceratops and Stegosaurus moving up the front yard river. Are they looking for something, or is something looking for them? 

Herbivore migration

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7 bloomin’ days

April 26, 2016

I will be posting some flower photos this week. In celebration of the “Spring” art, showing at the Vision Quest art gallery and studio in Yucaipa. They were all taken at the San Bernadino County Museum in Redlands.

1 a day, all week. Enjoy.

Blooms day one

¿Where’s Waldo’s dog, Woof?

August 28, 2015

The Library Collection

Stand tall

May 6, 2015

This little guy is one year old. We got him at the Yucaipa festival last year. The 3 little buds have shot up fast. I am looking forward to seeing what color they are.    

blooming cactus

 Cactus are so cool.

The aftermath

March 9, 2015

What an absurdly beautiful day today at the Saddleback vintage market.  We would like to give thanks to everyone for coming out and all the love given to Theostyle’s art and Vinylly Found.  Especially Jeff, Eric, Doc, Denise, Chris and fam, Mat and his lady, even the European guy that was haggling over a dollar record.  The records were torn through upside down and inside out but hopefully they received great homes.

March Saddleback 1 March Saddleback 2 March Saddleback 3

Next on the schedule is the Yucaipa arts festival, the weekend of May 2nd.  Details to be posted in the near future.  We are going to need a few months to rebuild the collection back up.  Until the meantime I would like to dedicate this track to Jeff from San Clemente for suggesting I play this album today, Claudia from Rancho who bought the album (and many others), and the gentlemen who straight up thanked me for playing this song, “real music”, at our booth.  This was by far the the track/album of the day.  Enjoy!

Vinylly Found It!!!!

March 6, 2015

The vinyl gods were with us today as we picked up a really nice original pressing of The Meters self titled debut.  I just put this on my wish list last week and what do you know, Bam!  It was practically screaming my name.  Take me please, play me, I beg you.  It was an afternoon to remember at a nice little estate sale warehouse where I picked up this classic along with some JB, Nina Simone, Al Green, Roy Ayers Ubiquity and more.  To celebrate, treat your ears to the first track off the album while I go and spin this on my Rega.  Cheers!

meters frontmeters backmeters vinyl

Happy Easter.

April 8, 2012

Bunny Gunner Birthday show

This piece titled, The Hare Force, was sold at the Bunny Gunner Gallery in downtown Pomona, during the galleries birthday show. Always a good time to be had every 2nd Saturday of the month. Stop by and tell them Theo’s blog sent you.


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