I finally made it to the UoA Art Muesum to hear a sword-maker speak on
Japanese swords (He taught knife & sword making at Pima College) and a
A very attractivce woman asked to go with me and so I stupidly waited
The thing started at 1pm, she arrived at 1:30 and then ignoredall ly
suggestions fro finding aparking place and drove around like it wasn't
So I missed most of the making-talk and caught the collector both of
whom had to stop often and answer questions about terms. I guess both
speakers thought they were talking t oexperts because they used
Japanese terms without explaining or defining the words which lost the
majority of the audience.
So after that, I sent the woman to work (I was still angry with her)
and walked around t oexamine the wood-block prints.
They were very well done and covered four walls and though I wasn't
allowed to take photos, I did get the ad for the exhibit which I will
scan in later this week and upload to the Files section.
Rick Johnson, PO Box 40451, Tucson, Az. 85717
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