The view from the GAR front gates – yes, it is that weird. Always.
David Snyder’s prophetic show completely predicted the outcome of the election. Man, we wish he was wrong.
Deinstalling David Snyder’s show was at least cathartic, as we destroyed the mindless spectators with a sledge hammer.
It’s been a great year so far with the new residents! Here is Pat Palermo and a gaftopsail catfish.
Lunch is served!
Fidencio Martinez and Leonardo Benzant share their work in progress with UofH students.
The artists in residence were also able to present their work to the Galveston community.
The official GAR sport – Texas boule!
It’s best played in an alleyway with lots of pebbles and potholes and maybe a dead pigeon.
If you haven’t come by to see Scott Gilbert’s “True Artist Tales” in the GAR Gallery, it’ll be up through the holidays.
It’s what all the fancy ladies are doing…
There’s also a new issue of Binder Magazine available. Featuring handmade incense, created from lovingly gathered fragrant woods, herbs and spices in the Davis Mountains of West Texas.
Also, a sticker!
A behind the scenes look at Super Hit Press, where Binder is printed.
The newest addition to the GARden – boat planter! The mast is a pluot tree.
Gratuitous kitty photos.
The GAR kids, being silly.
It’s always good to end on a sunrise.
Happy Holidays, friends.