Saturday, January 12, 2008

Here is Yours Truly with her new pal, Stanley.
Went to Albright-Knox's pro sporto Hockey Night last night and saw wonderful large-scale hockey-themed Polaroids by David Levinthal that I need to look at again.
Mish got us VIP tix so we could eschew the whole timed-tix matter and march to nearer the Cup. As we waited in the subterranean hallway of Clifton Hall, got to look at the Levinthals as well as some other Hall of Fame images like a 70s-era photo of Schoney.
Inside Clifton Hall we teammates were allowed thirty minutes with the famed memorabilia which had been driven down from TO.
Saw Stephen Brereton, the Canadian Consulate General, as well as a throng - many in Sabres regalia. One teen had a jersey, presumably a Briere, with rows of masking tape and the Sharpied name Miller atop.

Being allowed to touch the Stanley Cup created a nice gentle fervor, people awaiting their turn to touch and be documented doing so. Others studied the names, maybe even making some macro images of same.
Some other images from there.
Off to a nice personal art project to keep those juices flowing.

Flowing, loving lava Love.