Temperance viii

My friend who was going to drive us to Vegas in his Suburban with paintings and easels in a trailer has found a job that will occupy him over the weekend of the Alchemy conference, so I have to find a truck. I’m looking forward to the event very much, especially having the opportunity to learn from other students of alchemy. 

I spoke to Caitlyn on the phone, so everything is in motion. She’ll be her at one thirty ready to shoot, so everything is set for the afternoon. I want to eat something and clear my head before we start, so I’m going to the local Mexican restaurant to pick up my favorite charbroiled fish tacos. I have the coat, wings and goggles.

Seems to be the day for shooting pictures. Terry Spehar Fahey wants to paint me so she’s going to shoot photos later today. It’s a funny feeling to be the subject of someone else’s work. She’s a fabulous painter, so I’m curious to see what she does with me as subject.


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Michael Pearce is an artist, writer, and professor of art. He is the author of "Art in the Age of Emergence."
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