P1 in SF hangs "28"
Ten years ago I put up a show called Twenty Eight this piece was a self portrait of what I was going through at the age of 28. I sold many pieces from this series but never broke up the original which I later sold to a commercial real estate, long time friend of mine in San Francisco. But just recently Marty the owner had to move from a studio loft to a house and has chosen to let Project One or P1 a new gallery and lounge borrow the piece indefinitely.
Article written recently on P1 that mentions and shows the 28 which sits behind the bar back as a focal point.
Ironically they had there opening for P1 on my birthday in October which is also the month I showed 28 in 1998. I did not even realize the other month when this happened that it was a bit of an anniversary for the piece.
Link to poem that goes with 28 and larger single images
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