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Coping

In March I’ll ramp up efforts for an exhibit in July and a class next October. But for the past month I’ve processed my disappointment in and frustration with the new administration. Time will tell whether policy becomes more thoughtful, … Continue reading

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Fractured

I recently read a biography of Diane Arbus and read this great review of an exhibit of her early photos by Holland Cotter: http://www.nytimes.com/2016/07/15/arts/design/diane-arbus-met-breuer-in-the-beginning.html?_r=0 Looking at her odd and challenging pictures reminds me that artists translate visual imagery and memories … Continue reading

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Illuminated

Last winter, my family made a hastily arranged trip to Rochester, Minnesota for reasons not to do with Art.  However, I always try to visit local art galleries and museums and was pleased to learn about this artist who had … Continue reading

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Knit & Crochet Love Bomb

Here are my pictures of the February  14 Love Bomb at St. Julian Devine Community Center in Charleston.  It was cold but clear, and a good time was had by all. My square is the orange one in the 4th … Continue reading

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“Relics and Icons and Art, Oh my!”

This is a diary entry, unfortunately long on words and short on images. The catalyst is an FX miniseries, “The Lost Room.” If you haven’t seen it, you might want to read a summary before reading this blog entry, or … Continue reading

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Remembering a Friend with Flannery O’Connor

On a sad note, my friend Alice Burress of Mount Pleasant, South Carolina passed away on Friday, September 5, 2014, after a battle of many years with the disease, lupus. Alice was a highly respected architect, an artist, a formidable … Continue reading

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