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MONKEY, A PAINTING, AND CHILDREN WHO ARE DIFFERENT
Norman Buckley | 21 December

December 21, 2014 Davyd Whaley remains constantly on my mind. I’ve been going through his journals, and studying his paintings

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DAVYD WHALEY’S BIRTHDAY 2014
Norman Buckley | 6 December

December 6, 2014 Today is Davyd Whaley’s birthday. He would have been 47. The sadness I feel about his loss

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EULOGY FOR DAVYD WHALEY
Norman Buckley | 25 October

October 25, 2014 Thornton Wilder wrote, “The greatest tribute to the dead is not grief but gratitude.” So first of

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DAVYD’S MESSENGERS
Norman Buckley | 18 October

October 18, 2014 It has been three days since Davyd Whaley passed away. Above is one of his paintings, which

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THE SOMETIMES UNCONSCIOUS WORLD OF AIMS AND METHODS
Norman Buckley | 26 August

The PRETTY LITTLE LIARS summer finale airs tonight, wrapping up the first half of season 5. How quickly time flies.

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FEAR AND ANXIETY IN “PRETTY LITTLE LIARS”
Norman Buckley | 6 July

“Anxiety is the dizziness of freedom.”  –Soren Kierkegaard “…There is a darker side to adolescence that, until now, was poorly understood:

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DREAMSCAPES
Norman Buckley | 27 November

“Everything we see hides another thing. We always want to see what is hidden by what we see.” –Rene Magritte

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FELLINI: CONSIDERING THE IDEAL
Norman Buckley | 19 March

March 19, 2011 On our recent trip to Rome we went to the Trevi Fountain. Unlike the evocative scene in

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THE PSYCHOLOGY OF PLACE
Norman Buckley | 12 November

“And this, our life, exempt from public haunt, finds tongues in trees, books in the running brooks, sermons in stones,

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“PRETTY LITTLE LIARS”: HOPPER AND TEEN NOIR
Norman Buckley | 5 July

  “Hopper has been a huge influence on me. His work is grounded in an American sensibility that deals with

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