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Three artists present Cut and Paste

Three Midlands-based artists each bring an individual take on the art of collage to produce an eclectic collection of work – Cut and Paste.

From traditional collage techniques through to photomontage and digital collage all three artists may have a very different process and aesthetic, but the core principles of this traditional technique stay the same – that of cutting and pasting whether by computer program or by hand, scissors and glue. 168 more words

Visual Art

Why My Daughter was in Tampa, but Not at the Game…

For those of you who have been comatose the last four days, Clemson defeated Alabama Monday night to win the Football National Championship.  My daughter, Sarah, was in Tampa, but she didn’t make it into the game. 590 more words

Reflections

Christmas Travel by Clay Smith

I’ve always traveled at Christmas.  Growing up, it was going to Kissimmee to stay at Granny’s house with all the other cousins, trying to stay awake to hear Santa arrive.  445 more words

Reflections

Stories I want to share...

I love my job, for lots of reasons.  One of the reasons is I get to hear people’s stories and how Jesus is changing their lives.  426 more words

Reflections

What will you get Jesus for Christmas?

Making the list starts for us before Thanksgiving.  We add to it as we have conversations with the children.  Shopping begins in earnest after Thanksgiving.  There are websites to check out and stores to dash into.  406 more words

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Out & About

It was a busy Friday evening…first the Lakeside for the opening of the Victor Pasmore show – and also my friend Richard Perry‘s excellent work in the Angear space.   326 more words

Thanksgivings I Have Known…

Thanksgivings I have Known…
by Dr. Clay Smith

 Every Thanksgiving since 1937, the Smiths have gathered in the woods to share a Thanksgiving meal. I was always told that Granny Smith didn’t want to have Thanksgiving at the house that year, since Grandpa Smith had passed away.  661 more words

Reflections