Clark James Mishler
The Three Minute Portrait.
Started on the first day of January, 2010, I have produced at least one portrait each day since. The average time for each portrait is 3 minutes. Here are the results.

Portrait 365/49

Posted in Portrait a day by admin on February 23rd, 2014

Ron Laubenstein while out for a walk from Elaine's Place, assisted living home in Anchorage's South Addition neighborhood.   "...Ron grew up in Anchorage in Nunaka Valley.  He worked as a graphic designer and his work and art were in great demand.  His brain is shrinking due to hydrocephalus.  The condition is terminal, there is no treatment.  (His is) not a big name or one in Alaska's history books, but a heart that is full of life in this state and what it means to live here.  He has been such a sweet and kind man and the love of my life."  -Karen Laubenstein  karenlaubenstein@gmail.com (© Clark James Mishler)

4:45 PM, Tuesday, February 18, 2014.  Ron Laubenstein while out for a walk from Elaine’s Place, assisted living home in Anchorage’s South Addition neighborhood.   “…Ron grew up in Anchorage in Nunaka Valley.  He worked as a graphic designer and his work and art were in great demand.  His brain is shrinking due to hydrocephalus.  The condition is terminal, there is no treatment.  (His is) not a big name or one in Alaska’s history books, but a heart that is full of life in this state and what it means to live here.  He has been such a sweet and kind man and the love of my life.”  -Karen Laubenstein

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