Art Making and Studio Spaces and do
whatever it takes to own a copy...It almost
instantly worked its magic on me as a
book of messages --and validation of
sorts as I felt my accumulated "stuff
was taking over---Bill Wilson's place was so
me in many ways and inspired moi to HAVE to
make face masks like the one you see in the photo.
The face mask is from a recent painting of a
fisher man in Eastport that I do not know..
The Mask appears to be sitting in an old chair that awaits
infrequent visitors to my office/ studio
realm...then you notice there's no body but
at the same time he is somebody that
left an impression on me and
has become part of Eastport to me
.People inspire me in what they say,
do or even just the way they move
or express themselves. To have them hanging
around shakes me to recall the connection made and
this tap on the shoulder each day is positively welcome.