Just past 3:00 a.m. at the Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport. My flight from Detroit runs afoul of East Coast summer stormy weather, and after hours of on-again off-again waiting in the Smith Terminal at Detroit Metro we arrive, after midnight and largely without guidance, in Washington. My connecting flight to New York does not seem to exist.
Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport is designed by Argentina's Cesar Pelli.
Linus Gelber, New York City Member Since August 2007 Artist Statement
Linus Gelber is a native New Yorker and the eldest son of a painter and an attorney. He appreciates the nuances of a good mixed message. When he is not at the desk of a Day Job - and sometimes when he is - he writes poetry and prose, acts in theater productions, and takes pictures.
By the time he received his diploma from Harvard, Linus had worked as a reporter, lived abroad, hitchhiked coast-to-coast, and been arrested in protest politics. He probably hasn't had as much fun since, though he has tried in Berlin, London, Paris, Roma, Pietrasanta, Boston, and Dallas.
In 1996 Linus founded an independent record label, Home Office Records. His pictures are in private collections and have appeared in print media, in books, and on the Net. His blog, Pepper of the Earth, has been more and less active since late 2003.
Linus is currently at work on a novel. If he were a candy, he would be SweeTarts. He would not be Wax Lips. No way. Never got that at all.