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Red Brick, Black Mountain, White Clay: Reflections on Art, Family, and Survival
Red Brick, Black Mountain, White Clay: Reflections on Art, Family, and Survival
An unforgettable voyage across the reaches of America and the depths of memory, Red Brick, Black Mountain, White Clay follows one incredible family to discover a unique craft tradition grounded in America?s vast natural landscape. Looking back through the generations, renowned critic Christopher Benfey unearths an ancestry--and an aesthetic--that is quintessentially American. His mother descends from colonial explorers and Quaker craftsmen, who carved new arts from the trackless wilds of the frontier. Benfey?s father escaped from Nazi Europe--along with his aunt and uncle, the famed Bauhaus artists Josef and Anni Albers--by fleeing across the Atlantic and finding an eventual haven in the American South.

Bricks form the backbone of life in North Carolina?s rural Piedmont, where Benfey?s mother was raised among centuries-old folk potteries, tobacco farms, and clay pits. Her father, like his father before him, believed in the deep honesty of brick, that men might build good lives with the bricks they laid. Nurtured in this red-clay world of ancient craft and Quaker radicalism, Benfey?s mother was poised to set out from home when a tragic romance cracked her young life in two. Salvaging the broken shards of his mother?s past and exploring the revitalized folk arts resisting industrialization, Benfey discovers a world brimming with possibility and creativity.

Benfey?s father had no such foundation in his young life, nor did his aunt and uncle. Exiled artists from Berlin?s Bauhaus school, Josef and Anni Albers were offered sanctuary not far from the Piedmont at Black Mountain College. A radical experiment in unifying education and art, Black Mountain made a monumental impact on American culture under Josef?s leadership, counting Robert Rauschenberg, John Cage, and Buckminster Fuller among its influential students and teachers. Focusing on the natural world, innovative craftsmanship, and the physical reality of materials, Black Mountain became a home and symbol for an emerging vision of American art.

Threading these stories together into a radiant and mesmerizing harmony, Red Brick, Black Mountain, White Clay is an extraordinary quest to the heart of America and the origins of its art.

Red Vinyl Menus Brick Road Pizza Dinner July 13, 20112
Red Vinyl Menus Brick Road Pizza Dinner July 13, 20112
Macro Monday: On the Road -- you can eat at lots of fun restaurants when you are on the road
Red Vinyl Menus Brick Road Pizza Dinner July 13, 20113
Red Vinyl Menus Brick Road Pizza Dinner July 13, 20113
Macro Mondays: Edge
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The Red Brick Dust Sky
Casey Tyler must go to Hollywood to help her movie star identical twin sister, Cassandra, when she sees a TV report of Cassandra being committed. The twins became orphans after one of them shot their parents when they were 12 in South Carolina. Casey hitches her way on Route 66 starting in St. Louis. Her gay best friend, Toby, a Gateway Arch tram guide, steals his boyfriend's '65 Mustang and cash joining her in Oklahoma. Toby and Casey travel on the Old Mother Road in Oklahoma, Texas, and New Mexico as Toby's boyfriend, Chuck-Bill, chases them to get back his car and cash. Meanwhile Cassandra's husband, Jesse, is up to all sorts of no good. Of course there's a murder, disposal of a body and lots of soap opera like drama like you'd never imagine on the Will Rogers Highway. Hit fave Route 66 spots like Needles, CA and Oatman, AZ with these wacky characters. By award winning poet and writer, LB Sedlacek, a Route 66 fan who has traveled the Old Mother Road from Chicago to LA!

Casey Tyler must go to Hollywood to help her movie star identical twin sister, Cassandra, when she sees a TV report of Cassandra being committed. The twins became orphans after one of them shot their parents when they were 12 in South Carolina. Casey hitches her way on Route 66 starting in St. Louis. Her gay best friend, Toby, a Gateway Arch tram guide, steals his boyfriend's '65 Mustang and cash joining her in Oklahoma. Toby and Casey travel on the Old Mother Road in Oklahoma, Texas, and New Mexico as Toby's boyfriend, Chuck-Bill, chases them to get back his car and cash. Meanwhile Cassandra's husband, Jesse, is up to all sorts of no good. Of course there's a murder, disposal of a body and lots of soap opera like drama like you'd never imagine on the Will Rogers Highway. Hit fave Route 66 spots like Needles, CA and Oatman, AZ with these wacky characters. By award winning poet and writer, LB Sedlacek, a Route 66 fan who has traveled the Old Mother Road from Chicago to LA!