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Projects versus Series?

  Sometimes in classes I have students ask me what the difference is between a project and a series. I believe the difference is basically slim to none depending on how the user of these words understands and defines them.  Dictionary.com defines “project” as something that is contemplated, devised, or planned; plan; scheme. a large […]

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Away from the Computer: Adventures with Toad

Above: Toad sitting on boxes, with more boxes behind, and a peek into the studio. Pentel Pocket Brush Pen on defunct printmaking paper in handmade book. First, don't ask me why Toad has never received a name. Some things aren't understandable, like the lack of gravitational effect on Donald Trump's hair. Wednesday I spent 2 […]

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How Does Roz Write A Love Letter? Part 2

Above: The love letter I wrote for the "Love Letters from Artists" show listed below. Stonehenge gray paper, with rubber stamped text and gouache sketches—though my Sean Connery sketch is one I had turned into a custom rubber stamp years ago. I have it in a bunch of sizes. You can't have too many Sean […]

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There Couldn’t Be A Better Time To Be An Artist—A Week-Long Celebration Part 2

Above: I'm watching a competition show on Spike where they make furniture every week: "Framework." Yes people run around the shop and work way too fast with power tools—the kind that can cut off your fingers or hands. It's an accident waiting to happen and I wish they had longer deadlines, but one of the […]

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