Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Two Trees, Two Shadows

Two Trees, Two Shadows by Kim Mosley, 1980

In the old days, I'd take pictures on my walks. Then I'd come back to my studio and paint on them. Now I sit and look at a wall. Tell me, Avalokiteshvara, which is more productive? Oh... this piece is being auctioned at and for the Visual Studies Workshop in Rochester, N.Y., where I studied in the 70s and exhibited in the 80s. Email me (mr@kimmosley.com) if you wish to bid on it and I'll give you more info.


Monk said...


Kim Mosley said...

Here's the translation: You make people depressed .... What is wharong you? Get old and live your life .... you and I breathe unhealthy air pollution and disease and the idea ... get up and live the old man ... please ??????