Saturday, October 27, 2007

Another day, another protest...



Over 10,000 turned out on the streets of San Francisco Saturday to protest the War in Iraq. The march ended at Dolores Park. This photo does not do justice to the turnout. The crowds were distributed throughout the park.



In Dolores Park, boots represent casualties of the Iraq War



The Administration is determined to prove that all our whining and complaining will not make a bit of difference. They are sticking to their policy despite public opinion.

And I think many Americans are beginning to buy their "message of futility".



Protestors prostrate themselves as part of a brief "die in" on San Francisco's Market Street



Homeland Security's anti-skateboard-terrorist defenses in San Francisco's Civic Center Plaza.

Tuesday, October 23, 2007

Saturday, October 27: March against the Iraq War



I'll be joining the march in San Francisco. Ten other U.S. cities will also host marches.

(A Canadian friend said that 21 Canadian cities also participated. This, of course, is largely ignored here, since the "court of world opinion" has virtually no influence on Bush Administration policy.)

Sunday, October 14, 2007



Number 2, this time on canvas. Didn't quite get the proportions right, but that's part of the adventure of discovery. During a class critique, one astute young classmate remarked "change your shirt!"

Wednesday, October 03, 2007