An old man in his studio hopes for heaven, haunts churches & other holy places; his writing and painting is his hope for future security. Observations in a journal form of his daily life, other artists. His painting technique in oils & acrylics is depitcted. His political rants and environmental and animal and civil rights causes. His many prayers. His sightings of St Mary. The Old Man goes to free food lines and food giveaways, support groups and free Internet places. His daily survival as a poor artist. The Old Man is a transsexual, and problems piquant to this situation are mentioned frequently. His fight to pay rent in one of the most high-priced cities in America--San Francisco. Great quotes from his cronies. A lot of spirituality in this book.
- Paperback | 224 pages
- 152.4 x 228.6 x 14.48mm | 399.16g
- 07 Mar 2011
- London, United Kingdom