Bio: Like my father and mother, all brothers and sisters, and even a nephew, I went to college at Berkeley. Then made a living for years in mathematics, most notably as research mathematician at Harvard.
Now working in art, I sometimes consider myself, though without title, as a research artist. Current research: nudes.
Hello Adrian, Joe Macomber from Maine, writing to say hello. I was married to Bah for 20 years – we made trip out with Adrian some 20 years ago now I suppose? What time does fly🕊.
Got thinking of you yesterday because, Adrian Decided for supper we were going to have double dogs in remembrance of our first trip to California and the delicious double dogs at “Reds”A memory and which I fondly remember! All of your interesting artwork and philosophical banter was a real treat and I understand where Patrick and Adrian get there attention to detail and love of knowledge. Anyway -bah has since moved to Florida and remarried to our old pastor(hers anyway) I never had much belief in the greatest story ever told,🐷🛁 we remain good friends and both Adrian and his daughter live with me. Was hoping someday you would get to meet Emilia , She is a beautiful precocious brilliant little eight-year-old girl sadly you have never met.
Anyway I hope this email gets to you and finds you well, I am going to show Emi some of your artwork that I found on your site.
Sincerely, Joe Macomber
The pleasure was mutual!
Hi Adrian! I met you today by your gorgeous car outside of the vet and the coffee shop. I’m Kristin Acuña and I had the little dog with me. I just have to tell you what a treat it was meeting you. You are one of the most interesting people I’ve met in a long time and I really enjoyed our impromptu chat. Meeting you just really encouraged me to get out in the world more and to engage in life rather than sitting at home on the phone or watching TV. You taught me today to really take age out of the equation when meeting someone. Your artwork is wonderful- sexy and alive. I hope that I can be as hip and impassioned as you are one day! Fondly, Kristin Acuña