Wednesday, September 20, 2006
Last Monday night was the first "Go Figure" session (figure drawing), and we we're graced by the presence of the infamous "Lady J". Here are a few pics and drawings from that night. Hopefully in the future I'll get some drawings from other people, but for right now, I only have a couple that I did.
"GO FIGURE" is every Monday night at "Satchmos"- located at 347 Graham Ave. in Williamsburg, from 7-10 PM and it costs $10.
Call me for questions: 917-513-2148
Thursday, September 07, 2006
Fox didn't make it; she started getting worse and had to be put to sleep today. She was just in too much pain. It's sad that her life had to end so soon- she was only about 6 years old.
At least she had some interesting experiences when she was alive- such as going cross-country with Peter's sister for 3 months. These are some of the photos from that journey: sniffing some cows in South Dakota, posing in front of the Nevada sign with a UFO in the background, feeling the breeze in "confusion range" in Utah, and finally making it to the Pacific Ocean.
The last one is one that I shot while she was lounging on the couch she loved.
I will miss her.
Wednesday, September 06, 2006
This is "Fox" or "Foxy"- the dog that I co-owned with Peter Griffin when we lived in a big loft a few years ago. I lived with her for about 3 years with the rest of the roommates. Since we moved out of there, Fox went to live with Peter and Elizabeth (his wife), and I got visitation rights every now and then.
Unfortunately, Fox is now at the Vet Hospital in Brooklyn for Pancreatitus; her pancreas is not working as it's supposed to, and she can't digest her food. So she's been on an I.V. and at this point, not doing too well. She's been there about a week now. Hopefully she'll pull through.
For Harold Pinter and Wendy Wasserstein I used a photo- the other ones I met at their apartments in the city.