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My summer is going great. Classes were done a week ago and Melissa has put me to work at home. Lots of digging. We're putting in a substantial garden and raising chinckens. I was just thinking about you and our ongoing plans to (trade?) workshops. I think we just need to pick a week for you to come this way and figure things out that way. Let me know.
I just got your postcard for the Surgical Museum show -- FAR OUT!!! That is totally wonderful & I think your work is PERFECT for this venue. I am thinking about going up for SOFA; maybe i can go over and see it! Is this new work, or a mix of old and new? I recognize the balloon piece from your UIUC days -- did you re-inflate balloons for all those wire frames? You go, girl!
great, i saw some more of your work in columbus at the ODC show (I also had 2 pieces in it). i really loved that particular brooch in that show. would love to see more, i'm sure i'll see you around the toledo/BG scene.
Don't give up on the idea of proposing a raw space installation. A gallery would not have to give up their gallery space for your large works. A raw space would take more effort on your part. The work may even be more visible. You could propose this to any number of galleries.
I'm off to grad seminar this morning. Eun Yeong and Kristi will present. And, two new grads will join the program this coming fall.
I was just looking at your photos again and was reminded of how much I love your work! I think that not seeing them for a while makes them seem even more powerful.
How are you doing? I am happy today -- just got word that my enameled microscope is going to Oakland, CA, for the 12th Biennial Enamelist Society Exhibition! Hurrah!