“Never be bullied into silence. Never allow yourself to be made a victim. Accept no one’s definition of your life; define yourself.”
– Harvey Fierstein
The Mystery Project – 4″ x 6″ Watercolor and Sharpie
I painted this little postcard for a project with Art House Coop, in Brooklyn, NY and Prismacolor.
The idea of the project is to make a stranger’s day. I received a
little kit in the mail from Art House Coop, with a new Prismacolor
artist pen and a theme. The theme for my card was “If tomorrow came yesterday”.
I painted this little card and left it in a public place for a stranger
to find. Isn’t that a cool project? 2000 artists are participating.
I love it. Debi Engle says this is a rak, A random act of kindness.
I like that! So far, I have not heard from anyone, saying it has been
found, so it may still be out there. I can’t show you the picture of
where I left it, because one of you clever people may figure it out…
then it’s not so random.
About Harvey Fierstein
Harvey Fierstein, the raspy-voiced American actor, playwright, and
gay activist, is best known for his semiautobiographical play, Torch
Song Trilogy, which garnered Tony Awards for writing and acting. He was
born in Brooklyn in 1954. His onstage debut as a female impersonator at
age 16 led to a role in a 1971 Andy Warhol play. He adapted the French
show La Cage aux Folles into a Broadway musical and, later, the movie
The Birdcage. He has appeared in such varied movies as Independence Day
and Mrs. Doubtfire.