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I will be leading a panel discussion at the NCECA conference this March titled Aesthetics and Aging. The other panel members are Don Reitz and Cynthia Bringle. I welcome any short, one-liner comments about how to keep the creative flame alive as one gets older. I may use them at the conference. Thanks. Tom Supensky.
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Hola Tom Supensky. We have met, i have attended some of the CASE meetings in Augusta, as well as art openings. I have been very busy with family, my father mostly, but am firing soon, so in my mind i am getting back to the business i love. i was a member of the Aiken Guild, but when my father had a stroke i was traveling back and forth to NC, so i didn't have much time. With each passing day i "think" my life is about to get back to normal, instead of this being the new normal. not to mention, i know have a load of new imagery and ideas to work with. hope to meet up soon.
Thanks for the welcome. I am happy to be here. I will definitely let Jan know you said hello. This is my last semester at Towson. I am very excited. I hope to continue to connect.
Thank you very much for your nice comment. It mean's a lot to me. I checked your website and your work interested me as well.I haven't met Alan Phillips yet.I live in Bristol for about 3 years now and maybe one day we can meet up.
Thanks Tom, its always good to get a little recognition.
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