Our first photo, 1955.
Not a shirt-and-tie affair for these newlyweds. Drop-in unknown. Clem's painting in background. Bank Street, 1956.
Jackson Pollock memorial show at MoMA, 1956. Dimples, glasses (a rare sighting), Peter Pan collar, gloves, booze, and an arm to keep me warm.
On the beach with Lee Krasner, 1956. Me, smiling. Lee, not.
Despite appearances, this is not our wedding picture. Nor can I vouch for the virginal lineup of the Rye Country Day School graduating class of 1951.
Another graduation. Grandma Betty, flanked by her sons-in-law (who would've thought?). Harry on left, my MIA father, David, on right. Bennington, 1955.
My dearest girl, Sarah, 1964.
A weekend at Ken Noland's "Gulley," our home away from home, 1965.
Being real in the mist of East Hampton, 1956.
Not so real a decade later, same beach. Oooh, I wanna be a movie star.
A decade later: Oooh, I wanna be Gloria Steinem. Madison Avenue Magazine, 1976.
An afternoon with Barney (Newman, that is). Me, trying to look intelligent, 1957.
Jenny finds power, along with a white patent leather belt and a bad bra, 1966.
Ho hum, another honeymoon beach picture, 1956.
Friedel (far right) cracks us up at the Kootz Gallery, 1958.
Jules Olitski and me, all about bone structure, 1965.
More beach. Giddy yap! with Nancy Spraker (far left) and Gertrude Phillips, 1956.
As Vera in Pal Joey, 1969. And she even sings.
With my BFF, Susanne Avedisian, 1966.
Me, legs, legs, and more legs. Clem, as always. Woodstock, VT, 1969.
Acting up. Woodstock Summer Theater Farmhouse.
News flash! Finally made the Times, 1971. Poor wayward Eurydice, on a trampoline yet.
My favorite foursome. With Mabel and Jack Bush at the Rendez-Vous Room at the Plaza, 1960.
Playwright Pantheon of Ensemble Studio Theater's 1984 Marathon, New York. Curt Dempster, daddy of us all, center.
The “kids” revisit Green Haven, 1996. Where they lived before they became downwardly mobile in '41.
Our last photo, outside the Pollock house, 1992.
Photo: Elaine Grove