I went from not thinking much about NFTs to now being told my art will be on an illuminated 50 foot billboard in TIMES SQUARE for NFT.NYC all in a matter of 3.5 months!!!
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)
I'm happy to tell you the fruits of this effort has resulted in a solo show called "Drawing Through Reality" with over 50 drawings that will be exhibited at Revolution Gallery opening on Friday, September 17th! This is nothing short of a miracle as I couldn't even move a month before starting these TV marathons. I was sure I'd never make art again, I was sure I would die sooner rather than later.
In the meantime, I've been doing a lot of talking about life and death and all that, and people want to know more, I suppose.
These past few weeks have marked the first time in almost a year I'm not in some sort of pain. For those who don't know, I am a terminal cancer patient; the cancer is everywhere, I've lost count of the locations, and I've done the hardcore chemo along with hardcore radiation. This isn't my first… Continue reading Essential Beauty Products for Cancer Patients