A. High School substitute teacher, NYC, at UCLA I taught book illustration, part-time secretary.
A. Illustrating children's books.
A. Queens College (CUNY)
A. Richard Goode
A. Belle et la Bete, Jean Cocteau, All About Eve
A. American Experience
A. A study in contrasts.
A. Less is more.
A. Family and friends at my table for a good meal.
A. Losing momentum.
A. The Metropolitan Museum of Art
A. Gorgo's mother, well, of course I know, it's film history.
A. The Dalai Lama.
A. Stop barking!
A. The ability to see the "BIG picture".
A. Giving my best effort.
A. A blue lagoon.
A. You'd have to ask someone else that one.
A. The little spider in "Charlotte's Web".
A. The Wicked Witch of the East.
A. John Adams. I'd say, "Have a seat, dinner is ready."
A. pastry chef
A. Honesty, humor and generosity of spirit.
A. A warm, crusty loaf of French bread & goat cheese.
A. Anything by Carlo Ponte or Edith Piaf
A. Edith Wharton, Henry James, Thomas Hardy, Jane Austen, Anita Brookner, Marcel Pagnol, Rick Moody, Mikhail Bulgakov, Somerset Maughm
A. Portrait Of A Lady, Jean de Florette & Manon of the Springs, Pride and Prejudice
A. I often reread the classics.
A. For artists: draw every day, even if it's only in your head.
A. How do you do that? You must have a good sense of humor.