The color I chose is a lovely yellow. I almost became a blond when a small, plastic tub I was using for brush work fell on my head as I was moving the ladder. It was a true cartoon/3 Stooges moment. I was actually glad for company in my humiliation, because Anna grabbed my glasses to wash them off (can't do without my eyes!), Miles took a picture, Rob, my studio mate, said "O My God!", and I walked carefully to the ladies to dunk my head in the sink for a good scrub, laughing the whole way. The story of my smooth move spread through the building, and I got to tell it all night long! My legendary lack of grace keeps me humble.
I'll begin to transfer my stuff to my new space today and work on the move for the next couple of days. It's just around the corner from my current space, so it will be a relatively painless process.
Being artist-in-residence for three years at LibertyTown Arts Workshop has been a joy and a privilege. Huge thanks to my boss and owner of LTAW, Dan Finnegan, for the opportunity.
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Last night was prom for my son, who graduates in June. The theme was Masquerade. Here he is in all his glory.
I love you, man!