8.30.13 A Table:
8.28.13 Painting a little again, finally. Always a good sign. An in prog.: A finished:
8.27.13 I'm somewhat improved on the heavy antibiotics. Zeepo denied but still kicking. It's enough to want a table to put your head on. T 413:
8.22.13 Oh, no.
8.21.13 Stuck my finger into the whirring gears of Dr.'s and blood tests, new meds and was instantly ground to dust, by which I was rendered patient. So, wait for results, cheering for Lyme's (it only gets worse from there).
Big day for Zeppo tomorrow, could be the greatest triumph or near complete collapse of 3 peoples lives and many cats.
No wonder I stare at this table.
8.17.13 Zep and Lau
8.16.13 Niece Olive catching a wave.
8.12.13 Below is from the Table project, Table 8.12.13, no. 408 in a series of 1.000 parts. This raw data will be used in multiple independant art endeavors including movies. For example, running the HD photos at a rate of 1,000 in 100 seconds creating a glowing ghost table. The series is in it's 4th year as the photos are not taken everyday or at any particular time or condition of table or lighting. Begun 8.09 and expected to run a few more years it is the longest concept conjured at Toopine.This table was the first piece of furniture I started to drag around when we were moving a lot. Richard Plunkett traded it, and some other oddities, for wallpapering work. After shortening it's wobbley legs and mask taping some wounds it was fatly covered in it's first, of many, thick coats of white paint. So, in one sense, the project began then, 42 years ago.
8.11.13 Dave Morice, Dr. Alphabet, is having a movie made from his autobiography (Ove Michealsen is proof-reading for him) by the author of Rainman, Barry Morrow. Wordplay might become the next big thing.< Dave Morice
Brother Dan and wife Allison taking a walk on their mountain top farm in Vermont.
Saw Jean Vogrin Friday. She is the first person to grasp the possibilities of the Table series as an art project. Nice visit, nice person. < Jean Vogrin
8.9.13 Ramundo (Lester S.) really understands wood. His latest piece, Big Time:
8.6.13 That was a long time to hold one's breath. 405:
8.1.13 Going down tomorrow, under the ocean. 404:
Set a joist on fire, melted some styrofoam insulation but I did it, first try! We have water. We were looking like Pineys circa 1920. On to the fried electric and the retarded sewer system. Next the bugs that are eating Jen's house and the garage and fixing the leaking roofs.Stopping the House of Usher effect