BEHOLD THE ARTIST

BEHOLD THE ARTIST

A funny thing happened at the Gallery@CityHall today.

Check here on Monday afternoon 11/6/2017 for a story about the most popular work of art  in the gallery as demonstrated by a dozen or so Master Docents from The Phoenix Art Museum.

And then there was an impromptu interview with the artist,

That was a funny story as well.

And two lessons in Chemistry as a PhD Chemist and yet another with similar credentials.

Yes, the chemists were interested in this artist.

Monday.

 

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CONTINUITY

CONTINUITY

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Designer Chris Mann     1/1

In the Nineties I moved Lee Broom Gallery and Design to North Scottsdale.

By the year 2000 our business had grown to include the Tri-City area as well as Surprise and Sun City.

In order to cope with the demand for on site presentations we dropped our high rent showroom and replaced it with a large work-room/warehouse space near my home office in Arcadia.

Today,  I or a Lee Broom Design Affiliate  will arrive at your home or office with designer tools and an eye for continuity.

We plan wall spaces, design original pieces of furniture and when appropriate, carry an inventory of original, signed and numbered works of paper borne art.


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BACK TO THE PLANET OF THE APES

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BACK TO THE PLANET OF THE APES

Many of my friends with whom I have enjoyed the convenience of cellular conversations, no longer answer when I call; they tell me I should text. The result is that I have fewer cellular conversations.

 

Texting is not a replacement for speech; it is in fact, a threat to spoken vocabulary. We all possess several vocabularies. The most limited of these sub-categories is Text Language which is the smallest of them all. TL is quickly replacing our reporting vocabulary, our reading vocabulary and our conversational vocabulary, all of which until recently were for most people our largest vocabularies.

 

The smart phone is returning us to a Planet of the Apes.

 

CONTINUITY

 

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Rocker                     Chris Mann

CONTINUITY

In the eighties I entered the interior design field by designing signed and numbered pieces of furniture.  Most of my clients discovered my creations at Lee Broom Gallery and Design at Scottsdale rd and Shea Blvd.

A few years ago I moved the Gallery to my home in Arcadia  where I now share space with a collection of rare and/or popular works of art. the majority of which are on paper; rare prints and watercolors and occasionally a few pieces of sculpture.

From Lafayette Blvd  I arrive at your home or office with designer tools and an eye for continuity. I leave you with a contented smile.

Framing is by my Lee Broom Design and assembled by Bill Fielder and his Tempe crew on Hohokam.

Lee_Broom

Lee Broom
602 606 2002.

BACK TO THE PLANET OF THE APES

lee_broom

BACK TO THE PLANET OF THE APES

Many of my friends with whom I have enjoyed the convenience of cellular conversations, no longer answer when I call; they tell me I should text. The result is that I have fewer cellular conversations.

Texting is not a replacement for speech; it is in fact, a threat to spoken vocabulary. We all possess several vocabularies. The most limited of these sub-categories is Text Language which is the smallest of them all. TL is quickly replacing our reporting vocabulary, our reading vocabulary and our conversational vocabulary, all of which until recently were for most people our largest vocabularies.

The smart phone is returning us to a Planet of the Apes.

 

CONTINUITY

 

IMG_0001
Rocker                     Chris Mann

CONTINUITY

In the eighties I entered the interior design field by designing signed and numbered pieces of furniture.  Most of my clients discovered my creations at Lee Broom Gallery and Design at Scottsdale rd and Shea Blvd.

A few years ago I moved the Gallery to my home in Arcadia  where I now share space with a collection of rare and/or popular works of art. the majority of which are on paper; rare prints and watercolors and occasionally a few pieces of sculpture.

From Lafayette Blvd  I arrive at your home or office with designer tools and an eye for continuity. I leave you with a contented smile.

Framing is by my Lee Broom Design and assembled by Bill Fielder and his Tempe crew on Hohokam.

Lee_Broom

Lee Broom
602 606 2002.