About the Artist
Dorsey Davis (Seattle) received a 2003 GAP to defray some living expenses while completing upcoming episodes of an ongoing manuscript. A Plumber’s Diary is a series of fictional diary entries as told by Paul Zurn, its central character. “Culled from my own experience as a plumber, Paul’s work leads him from the boiler rooms of the Bronx to the kitchens of the suburban Pacific Northwest. Through Paul’s often struggling and spiritually lonely entries I am attempting to describe not only an aspect of myself but of the current American working class dilemma.” The GAP award will enable the completion of episodes 2–6 for publication.
Information included above was provided by artist at the time of application.