Our hair and every piece of clothing we owned were impregnated with the stench of smoke—we stank of smoke—but we didn’t care, because we loved smoking.
PATRICIA FEINMAN is a writer and visual artist. Her sculpture explores the play between the use of universal symbols culled from Greek and Christian mythology and the archetypes of her own unconscious, expressing such themes as birth, love, sex, and death. She lives in the Catskill Mountains with two large dogs. To see more of Patricia’s work, please visit patriciafeinman.com.