Liam Neeson invited me to hang out with him last night in a NYC hotel room. So I did. We sat around talking about coping with grief Liam Neeson-style. We discovered we are kindred souls, Liam and I. Nobody understands this kind of loss unless they’ve been through it, he said. Liam told me he […]
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…My words surprised me because up until then I seemed always ready to wrap myself in my widowhood…
feeling better. doing lots of art.
up all night. drinking milkshakes.
We are humbled by the way this blog has been inspiring artists everywhere . Tonight I received a facebook message from a boy I knew 5th grade to high school graduation. We grew up in NH and got back in touch via facebook when I moved to Maine. Byon Yeatts now lives in Kennebunk, Maine […]
You never know whom you might meet at the Hotel California. we have been continually entertained by the revolving door of Hollywood-meets-Bollywood, fashionistas and Russian gangstas, sports moghuls and Syrian princes, marketing whizzes and Malaysian lawyers drinking gin fizzes…the people we’ve met have been endlessly fascinating. For example, two young men staying here this weekend […]
The tagline on the movie posters for Life of Pi is ” the journey of a lifetime”. Here we all are following a similar transformative survival journey: Scott’s. I saw this Ang Lee masterpiece with Scott today. In order to do so, Scott had to buy tickets in advance a few days ago, arrange a […]
Here is Marlon Brando. We met this handsome guy at Sur La Mer where he lives with his family on the waterfront. This dog runs towards fireworks, opens two layers of double doors with ease, and watches over his two an a half year old grandniece with undivided devotion. Our host Aneel ‘s favorite film […]
strange what drugs. do woke. up saw. this orange thing in mywater glass what. dat. tht to myself. very. groggy no glasses on it was ping pong ball behind. glass very. very. weird will be. drinking. and playing. today. when we. move. north scott morgan
The photograph shown here is by John Benetti aka JB. He accompanied us to Panjim yesterday to the Santa Monica Convent Museum of Christian Art where these arches were buttressing up the old Portuguese architecture. Scott’s ‘Arches’ watercolor paper blocks serve to buttress him up, too.
Scott did this watercolor last night when he couldn’t sleep. It illustrates the first crow incident with the orange juice diversion tactic. Click the link to read more about it, or, simply enjoy the beautiful watercolor painting…
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