A woman truly from Her New York, Joni will be the Guest Artist for the next several weeks.
Tina, The Elephant, Central Park Zoo (early 1980s)
Joni said Tina was so unpleasant that when they were renovating the Central Park Zoo into a livable place for animals no other zoo would take her.
She lived in a small enclosure which had an outside back yard you had to climb up a steep hill of stairs to see down into. From a distance, it was looked like home and she looked like she lived happily in it.
Now, knowing more about the hearts and souls of animals, especially pachyderms, I realized she must have been devastated to be so far from where she belonged.
My sister and me at the Central Park Zoo (early 1960s)
Perhaps, from a distance, our lives looked good to someone else as well.
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