No Day But To-day

Last night, I saw Rent at the Altarena Theater in Alameda, and it reminded me of this piece I did as part of the Monoprinting and Pop-up Engineering class I took at Kala Institute (http://www.kala.org/class/individual2011/mono/Wilson_PopUpMono_11.html) with Michelle Wilson. The class was pretty awesome and fun, though I wish I had thought a bit about what I would have liked to make ahead of time. At any rate, I kind of like the piece anyway and I framed it. There’s a picture of it in progress as well as framed.  The phrase “No Day But To-day” is a refrain from several songs in Rent, with the hyphen emphasizing the rhythm of how it is sung.  The rhinoceros is one of the totem animals I have adopted for myself over the years.

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