Over the years I have been to a lot of ISC conferences, nineteen in total I think, starting with Philadelphia in 1992. A number of these have involved road trips. Sometimes round trips. Sometimes one ways (fly and drive). Sometimes fly and fly, with a road trip only in the vicinity of the conference. This is the story of a relatively recent round trip: Continue reading
My sister Laura has been an artist since we were kids. When she was in her early twenties, Poco Frazier whispered in her ear that she was a sculptor. The poor girl hasn’t been the same since.
Bernard “Poco” Frazier was a professor in sculpture in the architecture school at the University of Kansas in Lawrence, Ks. It is telling that sculpture was taught and was a part of the architecture school at that time. Frazier had studied and worked with Laredo Taft in Chicago. Continue reading