I actually miss Manhattan. Unfortunately, there was no magic way to teleport from Queens to Manhattan, and vice versa, so I was stuck, along with millions of others…with the subway. I’ve seen some beautiful artwork romanticizing the subway, but it’s not a romantic memory to me.
But yes, I do miss Manhattan. It’s the part of New York that songs are written about, movies are filmed in and life is as glamorous as it sounds. The only way I would move back to New York, is if I could live in a comfortable home in Manhattan, but that takes lots of money and lots of luck.
So, you may wonder, what brought this up now? It’s autumn, and it’s the time when I remember the sycamore tree out front shedding its leaves, and revealing the beautiful Manhattan Skyline. So, here’s a memory of those times:
Finally, I have done a version of the Manhattan skyline at dusk that I think I can live with. At least well enough. Now, I can go to my grave a satisfied person.
Christmas is coming, and I’m getting ready for the fair. That’s my focus for now, getting merchandise ready for it.
“The City that Never Sleeps”
Erg. Yawn, Ooompph.
I took a sleeping pill last night because I’ve been having insomnia. A lot of things on my mind I guess, though good. Except the car breaking down 😦
What’s on my mind? I’m getting ready for a holiday season where I will be selling my own products instead of someone else’s. Yippeee! Gave notice to my day job, yesterday.
But what’s also making me sleepy is that in this drawing, I’m once again filling in a large space in a solid color. BOREDOM! Especially when my mind is in several places at once.
So, far, I’ve signed up for Saturday, October 4, at The Real NYC Art and Design Market on Mulberry Street in Manhattan. If you’re around the city, drop by!
Anyway, the WIP