Monthly Archives: December 2010

Symbiotic relationships

It was at Jack Frost that friend Andy mentioned that there is a symbiotic relationship between artists and the venues that host their work. Yes. And it seems that it is vital for them to work together for their mutual … Continue reading

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About That Other World

Seth just wrote “Recently, in another world.’ We’re writing to say thanks, Seth, for taking us there. That’s the simplest way we can respond to Seth’s observations about where his art comes from. An artist is in essence an explorer, … Continue reading

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Recently, in another world altogether.

A conversation last night about art got me thinking about creation. Sometimes a piece of art can seem to open a door into another world. As if it is a snapshot from another place that looks nothing like the one … Continue reading

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On Being Obedient

So an important question arises from a discussion involving my last blog. In answer to what it is about a band (or any artist really) that allows them to appeal to the masses – a blogger said that it is … Continue reading

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What’s New With You?

We’re regular readers of American Craft, a fine journal that provocatively explores the intersection of art and craft. The current issue records answers from a number of people to this question: “What new material or approach are you planning to … Continue reading

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Music thrives

I would like just to simply showcase one of the artists around here who i feel warrants some mentioning. Rebecca Wudarski, one of the local musicians finished an album she had been working on a few months ago.  It’s a … Continue reading

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