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Diane Savona Sees Beyond Cloth

Diane Savona — her textile work wows me with its ingenuity, personal vision, its way of making more than you’d expect of little.  A thinker. All images are from her website, http://www.dianesavonaart.com/ Some Savona quotes: How do we learn history? Textbooks give us dates and leaders; students memorize facts for the test, but few people have a […]

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Art of Tuesday, Paintless Color Play

After last week’s post about liquid colored light I’ve wondered if you could mix them and how they might be used in art.  Piped through a mesh of glass tubing? Trapped in chambers left inside glass objects? In clothing dyes — once the materials are less toxic. Here are some coloring strategies you can’t source at an […]

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Beauty of Tuesday – Liquid Light

I’ve been out of town for a week enjoying Florida wildlife and palmy views.  Today’s blog focuses on beauty rather than art — an article this month in Nature Magazine about nanolights has made my eyeballs grin. The nanolight revolution — virus-sized particles that fluoresce in every color  My first reaction is art material! but more practical types […]

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Wildman Humanist, Folkert de Jong

This blog’s Art of Tuesday feature will use the spotlighted artist’s name in the title rather than Art of Tuesday  — for clarity, the gods of good sense and yes, the internet’s SEO patrollers. ___________________________________________ Wildman Humanist, Folkert de Jong Folkert de Jong sculpts an unsettling humanity. Styrofoam is a frequent material, along with whatever else […]

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