February 2nd, 2002

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thank you, rune, for giving me this project. i hope i have achieved something of what you envisioned. i know it has been a process of learning and growth for me. now, as the canvas takes to the air on its way to you, it ceases to be about me and my process, and when it arrives on your wall, it will be all about you and your relationship to it.

in the end, for me, it is all in the images, so here they are, all in one place.

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next weekend, i will be in san francisco. on saturday i am going to visit with serendipity at her home and then have dinner with an old girlfriend and her husband somewhere in the city. sunday morning i am meeting pageeater at pt reyes. any bay area friends who would like to join us are welcome. i don't have definite plans yet for the rest of sunday, but dinner at cliff house has been suggested, and i like the idea, possibly preceded by some time in the park and on the beach. again, the more the merrier. i am sure i won't get to see everyone, and the time will be too short with all i do meet, but how can it not be good?
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peter gabriel news

from here

Vanilla Sky

Peter attended the premiere of Vanilla Sky on 21st January, for which the re-mastered version of Solsbury Hill was used (the soundtrack is out now on Reprise Records,) where he also met the film's director, Cameron Crowe.

Re-Mastered PG Catalogue

The first of the re-mastered PG catalogue looks set for release when Shaking The Tree goes out on the shelves as part of Virgin's Best Of campaign at the end of February. The rest of the PG re-mastered catalogue should be gracing the shelves by the end of April (TBC).

Rabbit Proof Fence

Peter's soundtrack to Rabbit Proof Fence (premiering in Australia on 4th February) is planned for release at the end on May...and if all goes well we could be seeing UP coming out as early as September this year - the album is now at the final mixing stage...
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pageeater's painting is going to be hard to follow. everything about the process was so very different from any other painting i have done. all the people involved were integral to the formation of the idea, and to the evolution of the painting. from color to shape to the very way i thought and felt while painting, i never could have painted this piece without all of you. i don't think i would do it again, but i am glad i had the opportunity to do it once. the trick is figuring out how to move on to my next painting. somehow i have to integrate the experience into my process.

i'm procrastinating. once i pick up a brush, i'm sure it will all fall into place :)