Browsing All posts tagged under »Artists of Antrim«

Daytrips in northern Michigan: Bier Gallery

June 8, 2009


Recently I had to make a trip to Charlevoix, which took me right past one of my favorite places: the Bier Gallery, the little red schoolhouse with a watch rabbit on the lawn. But what the heck was that on top of the wellhouse?  Ray Bier explained.  He wanted to get some of the smaller outdoor […]

We’re gonna be in movies

June 7, 2009


I have discovered a new toy buried in my software.  I believe Miss Sadie, the Cowboy and I can join other luminaries of the film industry residing in Antrim County.  We, like Michael Moore, are hard at work on our new movie.  Working title: Morning Walk.  There will be suspense.  There will be an unexpected […]

Don’t blame Dale

April 2, 2009


After that pile of snow fell on our heads last weekend, a number of us rushed to judgment. “It’s Dale Reedy,” we muttered. “He took the plow off his truck too soon.” We are a superstitious people in the Township. Dale swore he would never take the plow off before May, but we had our […]

From Antrim County to County Cork, County Kerry and County Clare, with love

March 30, 2009


Photographer D. James Galbraith lived in the northern reaches of Antrim County, Michigan, and in a lot of other places, too.  He was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize for his work documenting the intimate life of a small town in Livingston County, Michigan (Hartland: Change in the Heart of America). Galbraith loved to travel in Ireland, […]