Kentucky artist Clint Colburn travelled all the way out to share his art at Show Pony. His work is reminiscent of pastel scientific Cy Twombly ramblings. His sweet midwest attitude + his adorable girlfriend were quite a hit on the block. Not such a big hit, was the new Real Estate office that took over the space next door. From the front window it looks sort of like a fake Barney Miller set or H & R Block office. Funny how 7 years ago the sign in the window read FUTURE PRADA Outlet. (that was a gag by the previous previous renter.) How the time passes...first it was an alternative book store, then an old fashioned perfumed soap shop and then an owl and 60's macrame home headquarters- alas.
Entertainment for the evening was provided by Sonny Von Bulow- a.k.a. Lincoln Madley.
Costumes included a beaded crazy quilt, and a Louis Vuitton scarf worn as a mask. Sounds like poetic Roxy Music meets old Bowie.
this is me after art opening number 78 at the show pony. That's right 12 a year. 78 trips to Trader Joes for snacks and cheap wine. 78 social engagements and multitasked conversations.