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  1. I enjoyed the article. I remember a lot from the time I lived in Olney back in the early to mid 70’s. I look forward to getting out to the exhibit before it closes.


  2. Kunst wascht den staub des alltags von der seele. For your work to accomplish this, you need to find a style that is clearly yours, and not in the shadow of someone like the artist Kurt Schuwitters.

    Good luck.



  3. Such a great series you’ve been working on. Jill


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