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Donald Glaister Eye Candy

Oak Knoll are my crack dealers. They brought Jan van der Marck’s The Art of Contemporary Bookbinding to the Boston Antiquarian Book Fair for me and, of course, I bought it. 137 more words


Street of Shops Makeover

Above the staircase and leading to the museum’s lower level are engraved words, “1870s Street of Shops.” This signage and the exhibit it teases were intended to endure time. 305 more words



The Anschutz Medical campus is located on the former Fitzsimons Army Base, closed in 1999.  Fitzsimons was opened in 1918, and was named in honor of Lt. 83 more words

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Give Art

Are you near Brattleboro, Vermont?
If so, you have a one time opportunity to see a selection of my smaller mounted pieces.  They feature vibrant colors,  most with extensive felting and are mounted on silk covered canvas stretchers. 56 more words


Digital Art! International Group Exhibit at Electron Salon

Join me for the artists’ reception at the Electron Salon, an international group exhibit opening at the Los Angeles Center for Digital Arts on October 17. 111 more words


HooDoo Exhibit Opens October 1st

From Katherine Lang: Don’t forget!  The HooDoo Exhibit opens with “Dr. Buzzard” on this Thursday, October 1st, and you don’t want to miss it!  

 $5.00 online for members, $10.00 online for non-members and $10.00 for all at the door.  www.beauforthistorymuseum.com.


Plants in the Ripley Center: Design for Small Spaces

Next time you visit the Smithsonian museums, take some time to venture into the Ripley Center concourse underneath the Enid A. Haupt Garden. You’ll find the planters lining the walkway there feature a temporary exhibit showcasing gardening styles for small spaces. 572 more words