CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 22, 1990 |
Sitting in the office of his Birdrock home, veteran psychoanalyst Erwin Angres held the polished apple, turning it slowly, silently considering its shiny contours. Then, using a small paring knife, he deftly cut several thin circles of golden peelings. The doctor talked about past patients and their deep-seated problems as the artist's hands delved deeper, slowly revealing in the apple the face of a Slavic woman.