Much later, I realized these sunbathers had assumed the poses of the figures in "Luncheon on the Grass"

Trust me, the hotel lobby in the Caribbean looked exactly like this.

When I set out to draw the statues of Mexican presidents set up along a street in Oaxaca, I could only see 3 at first.

When I asked Crazy Joe what kind of people bought his carvings, he said,"people like you !".

You don't have to believe me, but I got good likenesses of every person in this scene.

My school, Fashion Inst.of Tech., is famous for their exhibits.

Thai parents take their youngsters to this bizarre "garden of evil", said to be the work of a single monk, to scare them away from sinful behavior. I couldn't see enough.

It was a lot easier back then in San Francisco to feel this good.