Tuesday, May 06, 2008


When I was producing Broadway shows I spent opening night in the nearest bar. I was afraid to watch in case the actors forgot their lines. Afterwards at the opening night party everyone was excited. Then the press agent whispered the reviews were no good and it was up to me to tell the investors. The party became a wake. Opening night for an art exhibition is more fun. My paintings don’t forget their lines and if I get nervous I don’t have to go anywhere. The gallery is the nearest bar! Best of all if a critic doesn’t like my paintings they don’t get destroyed like the set of a Broadway flop. I can take them home and hang them on my walls and show them again in the next exhibition. So please come, dear friends, to opening night for my New York Paintings on Thursday May 8th from six to nine at Denise Bibro Fine Art, 529 West 20th street in Chelsea. You will find me in the nearest bar.


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