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Back to back

As I went to renew my plan for this blog, I was reminded that I started this blog in 2010. How the hell did that happen?

I do remember some early years of ranting against the unfairness of the art world.

Where the hell was I in 2010? New York city, of course, living the dream.

Living the dream? I was actually working in the gift shop of the Metropolitan Museum of Art.  More like living the nightmare.

These are some examples of the art I was doing in those days.

I look back at my work and think what I did in the past was better work.

A good friend of mine commented that I was just in a different place then.  True, both literally and figuratively.

It was a journey from Connecticut.

To Manhattan


To Sunnyside Queens

And back to Connecticut.

Also, I realize that I don’t remember what I have said in the past, and what I haven’t.  So, if I start to repeat myself, bear with me and have patience.  10 years is a long time.

I Seem to Have Forgotten Something…

All this while, I was being very secretive about a project I was doing.  I figured I’d unveil the final product once it had been produced as Holiday cards, and given to my coworkers.

However, having had a chaotic month for most of December, I had a complete, senior moment on that.  Or maybe I just forgot. Blame it on age, sure, sounds better.

Here it is, don’t have a real name for it.

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Celebrate the return of the light!