Paintings on plastic, aluminum sheets and 3D objects.
I was living and working in a tiny 4th floor walk-up apartment on West 10th Street in Greenwich Village. Painting apartments on the Upper East Side with Robert Star, Inc. during the day and working on my own projects at night.
Because I'd gotten notice in Seattle, Linda Farris, who ran Seattles's best known gallery at the time, had asked me for some time to let her handle my work. But I wanted to stick with Larry and Tracy and Rosco Louie until Larry decided to close the gallery.
Somehow, I was able to produce all this work in a tiny 8' x 10' room. The work was shipped to Seattle for an exhibition with the Linda Farris Gallery at the end of 1982. If I remember correctly, the show opened just after the New Year.
These first images are of the construction of one of the smaller F-104's in the show:
Linda Farris Gallery, Seattle, January, 1983