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April 20, 2009


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The descriptions made the three-dimensional textural aspectsof the work come to life. I find it ironic that the lush qualities described in her current work have been set in motion from a series of bird droppings depicted in a previous work. This artist must have a great sense of humor to be able to see past the notion of waste as something to be reviled to something to be investigated for inspiration.

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