There's an arts Triennial going on right now in Cleveland, but I'm not part of it and haven't been leaving home a lot lately. I haven't been doing well and my cancer is progressing. It's just how it is. When I do go out, people assume I have gone into remission. The opposite is true,… Continue reading Physical and Virtual Art Plans
I cannot wait to spend my birthday with friends in the city during the NFT.NYC conference. June 21 – 25 NFT.NYC EVENTS: My works will be on view on yes, a 50 foot illuminated billboard in TIMES SQUARE, and in the atrium for Marriott Marquis. Tuesday, June 21st from 8:30 am to 9:30am, come join me… Continue reading My NFT.NYC 2022 Exhibitions
It's been a question of what to do with my digital legacy given my current circumstances, and I think we have found something where people can continue to collect or be introduced to my artwork, all after I'm gone.
For an end of the year list, I thought I would share with you the silly, superficial, useful, or fabulous items that made my year suck just a tiny bit less. Also some TV shows, podcasts, and other activities. Let's just admit that buying ourselves a little treat here and there is a nice pick-me-up… Continue reading 2021: A List of Things That Made It Suck Less (a tiny bit)
I was given months to live, and I had to make arrangements -- fast. No one could actually tell me how much time I had, but I felt awful, and we were in the height of the pandemic. I had already made a Will years before due to my ongoing health problems since my first… Continue reading How-To Prepare for Death as an Artist
After enduring chemo and radiation, I went on a brief break when I couldn't take the chemo anymore. I wanted to get to Bermuda as fast as possible. Damn the pandemic! My husband had never been, I had visited as a child and loved it. I was so sick on that flight, throwing-up and trying… Continue reading Moon Walking in Bermuda
Lately things have been weird but good, too. I've gotten quite a bit of press and features which is nice. It's always hard to cut through the noise of media in general, and I never know who sees my work, who reads about it, if they come across it in unexpected places, if they even… Continue reading Paintings in Print (and on 7 inch records)