I love a parade, especially being in one.This Halloween, and with blessings many to come, I joined Mama Donna Henes’ Blessing Band. We led the NYC Halloween Parade (right after the horses) with ritual circle dances, blessing chants, offerings of sage, bubbles and glitter/magic dust. Blessings were given and reciprocated with all the people, sentient beings, and streets of our wonderful city. Pure joy and semi-tired feet.
Slideluck Bushwick II presentation of some of my Bushwick Now & Then images set to Doris Day’s version of “The Sunny Side of The Street”.
I am pleased as punch to have a full page color plate of my work in “Art on the Block: Tracking The New York From Soho to The Bowery, Bushwick and Beyond,” by Ann Fensterstock. This groundbreaking book was just released by Palgrave Macmillan. Continue reading
Gorgeous crimson feathered friend rapping away
Exquisite sculptors signaling the final insect feast
A tree becoming dead wood.
Putting final touches on my contribution to the Woodstock Guitar Sculpture Auction:
“Woodstock Woodpecker Rap”
What joy to paint again!
Outside the arbor guys are buzzing away
Can’t take a chance the trees will hit our home in a storm
BUZZ BUZZ BUZZ! BUZZ BUZZ BUZZ! T-I-M-B-EEERRRR!
Travel back to 1995. I photographed and digitally immersed Grand Central Terminal.
“Meryl Meisler’s Grand Splash” was installed at Grand Central Terminal from 1995 -96, enjoyed by millions.