Monday, March 12, 2007
After I posted the photo of part of my living room, Jess Riley commented that I should post more so here’s another one.
The Cat on a Hot Tin Roof poster is an original from 1958. Next to it is a piece of wall art made by one of my favorite artists, Maddy LeMel. It’s called Plenty and is made out of bullet casings strung on wire. I bought it because it represents all the hits I’ve survived in my career.
Behind the desk is a self-portrait my mother did when she was twenty-one and above it is a red wooden cross from Mexico covered in multicolored bottle caps that have different pictures of Jesus in each one. I think it’s funny and great art but I’m probably going to hell for thinking that. Come on, all the little Jezi on the Cross? That is hilarious. Shut up.
McLoserstene and I went to the Pasadena flea market and she found the theater seats. I had ordered an $1100 bespoke chair from Thomasville that was supposed to take two months to make and after three months had still not arrived. I finally got the hint and called them only to discover that the person who took my order was fired, mainly because she kept forgetting to place orders. It turned out to be a good thing since the theatre seats were only $300.
End of chat.