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4. Sketchbook: 2006, View From a hospital Bed NYC

During the Winter of 2005-Summer of 2006 I had some medical issues and I was in and out of the hospital for about a 8 months. It was a difficult time for me, my personal life was in shambles and I was relocating (the following week), back to California. In July of the same year I developed a staph infection on my inner thigh and I was admitted into the hospital immediately. they kept me there spontaneously for 5 depressing days.

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The evaluation July 2006

I was in the same hospital that Andy Warhol died in. They said he went in for a routine visit and never made it out. (unnecessary factoid.)

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Toilet Lighting 2006
 The Catholic Room 2006
The Catholic Room 2006

I prayed……. a lot.

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View of 14th street 2006
Charlie Chan
Charlie Chan

Turner Classic Movie Channel helped me stay sane.

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Saints Cafe’ 2006

I was getting better but they were’ nt releasing me, I can feel California over the horizon.

Lone Driver 2006
Lone Driver 2006

They finally let me go after 5 days. I felt like Tim Robbins at the end of Shawshank Redemption.

Waiting room

Lady in Office

Waiting room 2

2 Comments »

  1. thank you so much for including me on your list to view your site. i absolutly love the sketchbooks and their raw personability. it is always interesting and curiously insightful to view instructors work. i look forward to any new progress on your site. do let me know of any updates! after taking your course i have actually continued drawing…

    Comment by bridget — November 30, 2009 @ 8:37 am

    • Bridget

      My pleasure and thanks for taking a look at my blog.

      Comment by sergioartblog — November 30, 2009 @ 7:22 pm


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