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Monday, February 4, 2013

day # thirteen

I don't know how many times I have heard my father say, A project takes the time allotted." And so, in true form, I attest it took me three weeks and two hours to take my Christmas tree down.
With that being said, I am giving myself a deadline: the kitchen chairs I have been wanting to re-do are going to be done by 2 pm today. Once they are finished, I think I can say they took me five months and four hours to finish.

IN THE STUDIO NEWS:
Thank you, Joshua Chambers. I discovered the link to the online catalog of the show we were included in on your blog:

 Louisiana Purchase
National Biennial Juried Exhibition
January 15 – February 19, 2013

Excerpt from text:

"Louisiana Purchase is the School of Art’s second national juried exhibition. This 
is a multi-media show for two and three dimensional works exploring any theme. 
The School of Art received over 165 submissions for a total of over 800 artworks, 
many of which were from our region. The overwhelming response reflects a 
continued commitment and passion for the arts in our communities. We hope that 
the exhibition not only highlights regional artists, but also exposes all of us to 
contemporary works created around the country.
After a difficult deliberation, juror Dr. Paul Manoguerra chose 49 artists to share 
their work in the exhibition. The School of Art would like to thank all of the 
artists that submitted to the show and encourage all to apply again in 2015."

The following two paintings were included:



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