Gene Moore

It was fun. It required all my imagination and then more –I had to look harder all around me, inside me, at everything. It required a kind of luck, the luck in colors and shapes and the way zany ideas suddenly make perfect sense. And I sensed what I thought I had lost: opening-night jitters, the excitement of a performance. Display, I found, is a lot more fun than painting and a lot less lonely.

Gene Moore, My time at Tiffany’s

05/07/2011 — Maf.Reino

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