Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Central Park

An old favorite.
I just had a print made and framed as a gift for Diana Leblanc, the director of the Soulpepper production. She and I have worked together three times in the past year so she was due for a gift!

I traveled to New York to the location specified in Edward Albee's play, only to find that it does not actually exist, this was as close as I could find.

I took a lot of digital pictures and made a collage in the style of David Hockney. It was then projected as a backdrop.

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