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Furniture alive

Lila Jang, Korean artist and designer, creates playful and anthropomorphized furniture, riffing off of classic French Baroque. She is interested in pushing the limits of practicality and entering the realm of whimsy while still maintaining at least a sliver of … Continue reading

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It’s. Never. Over.

Many years ago, I worked at an arts high school. The school gave students who were actors, dancers, musicians and visual artists an opportunity to focus on their particular art form as well as taking academic classes like math, english, … Continue reading

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Remembering our names

What an incredibly gracious and sincere woman Maggie Daley was. She was a supporter of the arts and youth development, founder of Gallery 37 (My son took part in the theater division in his senior year in high school) and … Continue reading

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Discarded photos

On the door to my studio I have alternating displays of selections from my post card collection. Because Japan is  a soon to be tangible piece of our lives, I presently have some of my Japanese postcards on display. In … Continue reading

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