Friday, July 22, 2011

The ISES-NCC "Members Only" event at the The Parlor in San Francisco.  Our live Picasso painting provided some artistic diversion while members schmoozed and enjoyed the free refreshments.  The painting by Picasso is actually of Marie Therese Walker, who became the painter's mistress at a scandalously young age.  The juicy details of their relationship added to the fun, and a palette of paint attached to the reproduction allowed guests to add their touches to the masterpiece.  Images courtesy of   (Thanks, Scott!)

Saturday, July 9, 2011

'Twas the night before July 4th......"

Michael Saylor, man about town, and co-founder of MicroStrategy, decided to throw a party on July 3rd.  He called it the "Red, White, and Blue Beach Blast!"  The venue was the Sequoia Restaurant.  Cast of Thousands was summoned to round up some fun characters and we happily obliged.  Our crew included Uncle Sam on Stilts, George Washington, Lady Liberty, a living statue, a  henna artist, a fire dancer, cirque dancer and hula hoop twirler on stilts, and even a silouette artist -- and all on a day's notice!