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2021 US Premiere of Glasstress from Venice, Italy to Boca Raton, Florida

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~ On Writing the Mountain— Before and After by Raymond J. Steiner
Still more to read on Raymond J. Steiner's Blog

Speak Out Who Would I Have Over for Dinner

By Marc Josloff
February 28, 2021
I’m a collector of quotes…over 55 pages of my favorites to live by. I haven’t counted the number of painters, photographers, writers, musicians, teachers, philosophers, scientists and athletes represented, but I’d say there are at least 100, including about 10 pages of my own musings that I jotted down so I won’t forget who I am and who I’ve been.
The heroes on my list are those whom I’ve cited many times. Each of their wise utterances reinforce my own values and give me validation and strength to stay the course and to share with others some of the same sentiments. (see essay)

From Peek and Piques Archives Thirty-Five years in Partnership

By Raymond J. Steiner (May 1, 1933—March 5, 2019)
Originally published in the Summer 2016 Thirty-Five years in Partnership with Cornelia Seckel, thirty-two of which spent in founding, publishing and building ART TIMES has been, for both of us, a heady, mind-expanding and extremely educational experience. The people we’ve met, the trips around the world — both the anxieties and accolades — all have enriched our lives, ourselves. Whatever my contributions, it was Cornelia’s vision, her fearlessness, her will to make ART TIMES a reality that not only launched but kept alive our desire to foster the arts in all its guises. (see essay)