Portrait of the artist as a proud man

ADCO hanging

And they said I’d never amount to anything as an artist. HA! say I to them, whoever they are…

My first work now hangs in a public place. OK, a semi-public place. Brian Murrell helped me hang my painting in my office at ADCO. earlier this week. I confess to having been a little worried that Brian wouldn’t want it hanging at his agency, seeing as how mine didn’t exactly turn out like a Rothko as he had intended. (Can I help it if my artistic vision leads in other directions?)

But he was very accepting and supporting — probably because my office at ADCO is upstairs, at the very back of the building. And I am now a proud new artist.

And to think, the critics said of my painting, “Hanging’s too good for it.” What do they know?

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