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Some time ago I received criticism from Paul Chimera, a longtime Salvador Dali fan, collector, curator and authority. He took exception to my oft-repeated representation by myself and others of me as The International Salvador Dali Expert. He thought that the … Continue reading


It was a lovely evening in Guanajuato, Mexico.  I accompanied Enrique Zepeda to the exhibition he guest curated at El Museo Iconografico del Quijote. He drove up from Mexico City and picked me up in San Miguel de Allende, where … Continue reading

CATCHING UP and Du NOYER SALE (July 30, 2013)

So whatever happened to that Bernard Ewell, anyway? He has been almost absent from his blog. The answer lies more than anything else in some technical problems that he was finally able to figure out when others did not. Now … Continue reading

SAN MIGUEL TO WALES (April 10, 2013)

The almost five weeks we spent in San Miguel de Allende was so good that after eight years of visits, we have signed a one year lease for a house. When we are not there, friends and family can use … Continue reading

CREATIVITY AGAIN (March 20, 2013)

Creativity, the subject of my last posting, develops and is expressed throughout one’s life. When I was young, I noticed that when interviewed, very creative and accomplished people like Pablo Picasso, Pablo Cassals, Helen Frankenthaler and others always had the same … Continue reading

CREATITY – IS IT IS OR IS IT AIN’T? (March 18, 2013)

Creativity is one of those words that I consider to be elastic. That is, they are stretched to cover whatever one wishes them to. Artful Dodgers: Fraud and Foolishness in the Art Market looks at others such as original; limited edition, … Continue reading

Viva La Mexico! (March 13, 2013)

Once again we are in our beloved Mexico for a month! Our first week was spent in the thrill of visiting grandsons and their parents. Think I’m here with no Salvador Dali input? Not a chance. Remember, this is the … Continue reading


For a third of a century I have been researching all available information about the 1,700+ print images by Salvador Dali and a vast array of others that are attributed to him but belong in the FAKES filing cabinets. In … Continue reading

130 YEAR PERSPECTIVE (January 14, 2013)

In a day when absolutely astronomic prices are being paid for art by a few living artists, many of us are trying to make sense of the phenomenon. Remember, my take is that the word CONTEMPORARY  is 75% “temporary” and 25% “con”. … Continue reading

WHAT? THERESA FRANKS AGAIN? (January 10, 2013)

OK, OK, I know. You’re tired of hearing that Theresa Franks and her Fine Art Registry finally went down in flames after posting an extraordinary number of lies and videos about me, Park West Gallery and others. The only reason … Continue reading