RICHARD THATCHER- DRAWINGS FROM A BLACK HOLE -THE PAGE MUSEUM-ISLAND MAGAZINE- LOWER MANHATTAN -1983

THE PAGE MUSEUM: THE PAGE AS AN ALTERNATIVE EXHIBITION SPACE FOR ART  SOHO  NYC   1983


IN 1983 LAPP PRINCESS PRESS SPONSORED THE SEVEN PAGES THAT APPEARED IN
ISLAND MAGAZINE:
A FASHION-ART-SCENE MAGAZINE COVERING LOWER MANHATTAN

below:


THE PAGE MUSEUM'S MANIFESTO 1983
 
 
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SANTA BARBARIANS WATER IS OUR LIFE
no time to waste

our water our homes our farms 
our health our lives

ARE BEING THREATENED 
BY FRACKING 
RIGHT HERE RIGHT NOW

 if you don't know what I'm talking about 
go to
   waterguardians.org

and
sign the petition

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
VISUAL CONFUSION: MY LIFE AS AN ARTIST


Visual Confusion is an actual medical term defining the inability of two eyes to focus properly, resulting in a type of confused double vision. 

By age eighteen, I made a commitment to spend my life as an artist.  That same year, I was diagnosed with a serious visual problem, right eye only, tethering me 
to ophthalmologists ever since.  It's been quite a ride.

The past dozen years have been the most visually challenging.  After nine surgeries, the light in my right eye is finally out: no more depth of field, only a one-sided, multifaceted P.O.V.


These musings will take many forms.  Sometimes images--sometimes words--sometimes both-- Sometimes venturing into the past--other times projecting into the future--always trying to be present.

The creative process is the most magical gift we possess.  Reach in and grab it.  It's there for the taking.
 
 
 
 



WATER
 AIR
 ON MY MIND




 
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