ABSOLUTELY NO RESPONSE FROM THE LETTERS SENT TO HAWAII POLITICAL, CULTURAL,
AND MEDIA LEADERS (SEE PREVIOUSLY LISTED LINK IN THIS ARTIST'S JOURNAL
June 14, 2006 - Email between Pygoya and Ursula Freer
Will write more later. just back after 6 hrs at the warehouse. bit of tough
love by my wife. back to the wall, evicted from warehouse space after 6 yrs.
and $14000 storage later, storage has tripled in price in pricey Honolulu. So
tough love, pulled the plug on 4 out of 5 old 6x4' canvas of computer design,
1986-2000. It hurts. Like killing one's own kids. Yes I'm an Expressionist
with my soulful feelings in the paint, yet keep telling myself it's just
animate objects, extra baggage, costly maintenance for decades, and no way
could I afford to take the whole lot to Roswell where storage is cheaper but
the boat ride would be $15000+. And not sell there too? What helps is I
recruited my oldest son, 18 and with tripod and digital, did photo docs of the
condemned, now lying in the city dump. sob. tough love, 1 in 5 made the
cut but it's still too much according to my wife who has always shared her
house with huge paintings. Body count comes to around 200 works
according to Bronson, looking at his camera count. At least they'll end
up on CD, and through the miracle of digital and my perseverance, I'll
recycle, like genetic cloning and cut and paste and distort and whirl each and
every into a new generation image for printing and for Webism. Tough Love.
Sent: Wednesday, June 14, 2006 8:52 AM
Subject: Re: Christian Science Monitor
> You are moving at an amazing pace, as usual! Good luck!
> So it still will be September, I suppose? Knowing you that's too long
> for you....
> Neil met some interesting people, including the former Defense Minister
> of Canada and Col. Corso's son. He bought some videos there and the
> one I find the most interesting are those by Mary Rodwell who counsels
> children contactees. http://maryrodwell.com/
> Especially intriguing are the strange languages and beautiful artwork by
> > Nice article.
> > I have visited FF's show page. Your "Nightfall" would be
appropriate in a
> > Roswell gallery. I'm making headway, meeting with group of
> > directors of both art museums, the director of the UFO museum, as well
> > with a realtor searching for property. I've booked to be in town
> > UFO Festival so I get to immerse myself in the ET fervor, as well as
> > for myself pedestrian traffic flow. Imagine as close as possible to
> > zero, the UFO museum, will be like walking around S Fe's Plaza. Also
> > take in a play at the Roswell Little Theater and also sit in for
> > the UFO Museum. All's looking favorable. Say hello to Neil for me and
> > his trip was a good one.
> > Rodney
> >> Hello,
> >> The Christian Science Monitor writes about the Digital Art Exhibit
> >> I am part of: http://www.csmonitor.com/2006/0614/p18s03-alar.html
> >> see the current exhibit at: http://farrellfischoff.com/gallery/current
> >> Ursula Freer
> >> Contributor "GOING DIGITAL"
> >> Practice and Vision of Digital Artists