Friday, September 18, 2009

Peter and Picasso

From our cousin Michael:

"When I went to Paris in August, I made a pilgrimage to the Picasso Museum. I've recently watched several documentaries about Picasso's life and have become more interested in his art. I watched one such documentary a couple days ago. That night, I had a dream in which I was visiting Picasso's studio.

"In the dream, Picasso was in his 90s, but absolutely electric with creativity. At one point, he fashioned a gay carnival sculpture and dressed it in in long, flowing purple robes. When he had finished it, he handed it to me. The wooden sculpture seemed vibrant with joy. 'It's for Peter," Picasso told me. "He's an artist. He will understand what it means.'

"When I awoke from that dream, I really felt Peter to be alive."

2 comments:

MediaPoet said...

Wow, what a fantastic dream! Thanks for sharing Michael. :-)

Jeff said...

I am amazed by your dream and saddened to hear about Peter's passing. I had the pleasure of playing with Peter for a few years in Swarthmore, PA. He was a nice guy and a good drummer.

Jeff Battershall