Two Hands Are Better Than One

Tuesday, June 17 - Atlanta, Georgia
Angus Galloway used to feel seasick drawing with only one hand. Now he draws with both hands at the same time to cure the queasiness. One side of the page reflects the other but the goal is only to look at one side. An unintentional reflection of the intentional, it seems. We participate. I cheat by looking at both sides.

Little Five Points has tattoo artists, graffiti art on every wall, thrift stores on the other side of those walls.

We celebrate Jackie’s birthday. By “we” I mean “me.” Jeremy has a migraine.

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