Category: GAP

Global Art Project Participation in Brooklyn Art Library Sketchbook Project GAP, (The Global Art Project) is a group of artists living in many countries around the world. We work on collaborative projects by mailing “FRAGS” (scraps of old work ripped up, studio floor finds, collections of tickets, maps, ect.) to each other. We then work […]

“Keep up the good work” said Michael, as I walked down the hill, through the park. I dropped off a tarp and a backpack full of jackets for a few homeless people I have gotten to know through my morning walks I take every day after I drop Jack off at school. “Socks and Tarps” […]

O.K., here I am, again: Studio, fan on, hour remaining, supposed to clean closet, painted crazy, did book entries, work on GAP frag project. Don’t know if paintings are done yet. Think they are. In big trouble.  Painting on large canvas, going to become a problem; quickly. Have nowhere to store. Been painting over them, […]

  “Ahhh” taking a sip of my coffee, the second pot I’ve made today. The first pot tasted yucky, I didn’t drink it, had to drive Jack and Fiona to school, we were an hour late, we all slept till 8:30 today, our first night back from vacation. Now I have an hour till I […]

I’m doing something really bad right now, something that I normally wouldn’t do. It’s naptime, 1:28PM and I just made myself a hot cup of joe and it’s good. I never drink coffee after 10:00AM because of insomnia, but I’m so tired from last night, not sleeping well after the Room Opening I said “what […]