Yesterday was more about me watching the 1968 film, "The Lion in Winter," than about studio time. Fascinating is the fact that this film plays with the stuff I find most interesting: human interaction. James Goldman was the playwright, and screenwriter. His dialogue is amazingly intricate. The repartee and ripostes are worthy of my work, although verbal rather than visual. I relished every minute of it, as one does when interchange authenticates one's deepest concerns.
I spent only an hour in the studio and produced one drawing. It is a good one in form and expression, and flew from my pencil like water over a dam. NIce.
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