The Lee Steele Gallery, which is by my desk at the Connecticut Post, is now open. The Lee Steele collection includes, and is very much limited to, clockwise from upper right: Untitled Steelpoint Bridgeport artwork by Tom Savard, gift from a dear friend who acquired it from Citylights Gallery; untitled graffiti sample by (dear friend, help me out here! Is it Sketch?) acquired from the Gallery at Black Rock; (laying flat) Conde Nast cafeteria card that still has $20 on it and which I would never have bought if I had any idea of coming to the Post; calender with facsimile of New Haven Railroad poster promoting Martha’s Vineyard; 1947 Bridgeport Sunday Post promo depicting Dad reading news, Junior reading sports, Junior Miss reading funnies, etc., with caption “A typical family on a Sunday morning,” Steelpoint Harbor “The Time is Now” pin that was handed out years ago; and a “White House Press Pool” pass I got when President Bush came to town.
Postscript: The unsigned graffiti art if by Equip.