Sentient in San Francisco – 3 February 2019

Contemporary Polish Art – Robert Bubel

Below – “Twilight I”; “Spots On The Sun I”; “Straight on, near the canal”; “A piece of blue”; “Countryside”; “Loneliness.”


Remembering a Musician on the Date of His Death: Died 3 February 1959 – The Big Bopper (Jiles Perry “J. P.” Richardson Jr.), an American singer, musician, and songwriter.

Contemporary German Art – Irma Laube

Below – “The way is the aim”; “When the north is blooming”; “On fresh air”; “Blue orchids”; “Woman on the chair”; “After the rain.”

Remembering a Musician on the Date of His Death: Died 3 February 1959 – Ritchie Valens (Richard Steven Valenzuela), a Mexican-American singer songwriter, and guitarist.

Contemporary Canadian Art – Synnove Seidman

Below – “Windy Tropics’; “Dark Blooms in Blue”; “Happy Here”; “The Path Is Blocked”; “Landscapes of Consciousness”; “Forest Fires I.”


Remembering a Musician on the Date of His Death: Died 3 February 1959 – Buddy Holly (Charles Hardin Holley), an American musician, singer-songwriter, and record producer.

Contemporary British Art – Ashleigh Trim

Below – “She Tastes Like”; “The Bunting”; “Firefly”; “Into the Gardens”; “Up to your Knees”; “Loosing Track of Sunlight.”

The Day the Music Died: 3 February 1959 – The Big Bopper, Richie Valens, and Buddy Holly are killed in a plane crash in Clear Lake, Iowa.

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