Unfinished Projects

A recent back injury has kept me out of commission for the last few weeks.  Consequently, I haven’t been able to work on new blog material.  So, I’ve decided to share a few unfinished projects that I hope to complete soon. 

Still working on an array of sculptures.

Air pump that costs $1.50

The grand scheme is to protest convenience stores that charge to inflate your tires.

This is a planned series of 152,720 sculptures.  The goal is to place a sculpture next to the air pump at each convenience store in the United States.  Art has the power to change.

Next, I’ve taken apart a Vidi from Naples glass vase.

I just need to start reassembling it.  It’s a daredevil’s jigsaw puzzle.

Hair model

The next project involves Vidal Sassoon hair supermodel Mak (no last name). Mak has changed the way we look at hair.

As such, she has commissioned me to memorialize each new style and color with a drip painting. 

This project, while quite lucrative, has no end in sight.

Finally, I would like to finish my off-Broadway musical called “Sort It Out”.

Ed and Maddie work at Goodwill.  Ed is a traditional “Man’s man” while Maddie is very much the progressive woman.  While sorting shoes one day, their hands touch as they reach for the same rubber band.  Sparks fly and the opposites attract romance ensues.

This is the climactic song, “The Truck Is Here”:

(A truck horn blows. MADDIE walks towards the truck with determination, like she’s trying to get the last everything bagel.  ED walks hurriedly, like he’s trying to get some oatmeal before it gets cold.  MUSIC starts.)


Maddie don’t load that truck!


Ed, you’re not wearing steel toed boots!


It’s a man’s job.  You’re out of luck!


It’s anyone’s job.  I must refute!


I’ll load the heavy.  You load the light.


Compromise makes our union right!

(THEY look at each other.  Ed smiles at Maddie like she’s a hot-off-the-grill hoagie.  Maddie smiles at Ed like he’s a jar of pickled herring.)

(The MUSIC becomes a love duet.)


Working here is certainly no fun.

But our love will get the job done!

(THEY kiss as the truck horn blows again.)



After rest and physical therapy, my back has healed.  Now it’s time to get back to work.

Rating: 1 out of 5.

4 thoughts on “Unfinished Projects

  1. These are interesting unfinished projects. “Free Air” caught my interest given that the 152,720 sculptures could take a while. Perhaps a call for volunteers is needed?

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    1. That’s an excellent idea. Thanks for the suggestion!

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  2. Back injuries are troublesome! Do work on the core muscles and stretch more. Take care

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    1. Thanks for the advice! Definitely working on the core and stretching more. Thanks for reading!


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