Nikki captured the painter at work on the Red Line, adds:
Amazing hand control with the bumps and stops.
MORE of this.
LESS snakes, sob story guy, boombox-woofer-fever, perverts, urban assault strollers with conspicuously absent or over age children, cool-story-bros, cell phone drama queens, nail clippers, marauding thuglets, un-medicated homeless mental patients, and body odor warfare specialists please.
Or one can argue that she's taking up too many seats, which also drives me crazy just as those other "undesirables" do as well!
Why is she doing this on the T? The painting appears to have nothing whatsoever to do with the T. What if a rush of people suddenly glom on at a busy station? There will be paint all over people and one ruined painting. Not only pretentious, but unpractical. Another person looking for attention.
with your post, that makes at least 2
I rode the T next to this woman a few months ago. At the time, she was putting the finishing touches on--and I did a double-take to confirm this--a painting of a plane hitting two tall towers. The "finishing touches" were applied by index finger using white paint in what appeared to be an empty Rx bottle. e
Why is she wearing two hats? Not to mention long sleeves, leather type jacket/vest and boots while we are still experiencing summer weather. Is she homeless? I'm not sure she gives the impression of being "all there". Perhaps she is trying to solicit donations by selling these instantly created paintings on the T?
One trip to Allston, and she looks downright normal in comparison to the fashion statements out there....
Welcome to the city anon. Not everyone picks out clothing from whats on the mannequin at A&F...
or when the Red Sox wanker is in the car.
The T would make a great reality show except no one would believe it
I have to agree! The T would be a great reality show but you are right, many of my NH friends are in disbeliefe of what I see on a daily basis on the T/Commuter Rail. ~Mea www.hertrainstories.blogspot.com