‘Jumping-Off Point’ by Richard Marion October 13, 2011 by PaulM Posted in Culture, History, Lowell 4 Comments “Jumping-Off Point” by Richard Marion (c) 2011 See more artwork at www.richardmarion.net 4 Responses to ‘Jumping-Off Point’ by Richard Marion David says: October 14, 2011 at 7:43 am When I first saw this painting (I followed a link from this blog one morning), I sent an email to the artist which said “My heart skipped a beat, I love it when art speaks to me, thank you. Where would one go to see/buy your work?” The latter is still an unanswered question, Where would one go to see and/or buy the artists work? Porky’s is a very special place for me. A lot of first for me there, first dip in the canal, first (and only) high jump, first kiss, first beer, first joint (pot). It was the one spot my mom could find me when I “ran-away from home” which I did often in the early 70’s Tony Sampas says: October 14, 2011 at 8:06 am This is MARVELOUS! PaulM says: October 14, 2011 at 11:19 am David: You can see more artwork by Richard Marion on the web at http://www.richardmarion.net and you can send email to the artist at firstname.lastname@example.org. I’m glad the artwork resonates with you. If you want to purchase anything you see on the website, put that in the email message. The artist will then contact you. Thanks. Philip Marion says: November 11, 2011 at 1:42 pm David, I will make sure your inquiry receives a reply. Thanks for your interest.