Tale of Two Murals

Ali Emani’s plan to open the brick wall to the Kesey Plaza is prophetic. Nancy Hamren is my childhood friend. She knew our late friend, Bill Arnold, considered ‘The Horses’ Mouth’ his Bible. Augustus John is my kin via Elizabeth Rosemond Taylor whose son married a Getty.

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There once were two Kesey Murals in Springfield. My friend Nancy described the first one and got one of names of the artists, right, so I was able to restore the lost description of the mural that was painted on the outside wall of the The Creamery that Chuck told me the town leaders hated.

“It was the only mural for a hundred miles around, and, it had to go!” Said the husband of Sue Kesey, and brother-in-law of Ken.

“There was a caldron with marijuana plants!” Nancy, of yogurt fame, added.

“Wasn’t there a Unicorn?” asked I.

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The unasked question at the unveiling (as far as I know) is………

How did Ken get so big? It’s like ‘The Attack of the Fifty Foot Author’.

Kesey towers over the Springfield Lilliputians, his family, and his friends. He is bigger than life! Why? What was the motive or inspiration of the…

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I am an artist, a writer, and a theologian.
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