“Never be bullied into silence. Never allow yourself to be made a victim. Accept no one’s definition of your life; define yourself.”
– Harvey Fierstein
2.5″ x 3.5″ Watercolor
Wouldn’t it be fun to cruise around in this on a beautiful sunny day? When I was doing my window series, I slipped in a few windows that weren’t attached to buildings. You already saw the train window. I think this is an old Chevy from the 50′s. The steering wheels in these cars are sure huge! How fun!
About Harvey Fierstein
Harvey Fierstein, the raspy-voiced American actor, playwright, and gay activist, is best known for his semiautobiographical play, Torch Song Trilogy, which garnered Tony Awards for writing and acting. He was born in Brooklyn in 1954. His onstage debut as a female impersonator at age 16 led to a role in a 1971 Andy Warhol play. He adapted the French show La Cage aux Folles into a Broadway musical and, later, the movie The Birdcage. He has appeared in such varied movies as Independence Day and Mrs. Doubtfire.