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January 20th, 2010

Thinking Outside the Tool Box

Posted by christina in Web Columns

I am constantly in awe of when, where and how art will spring forth in our world. This article ran in the San Francisco Chronicle last November and I continue to think about it as an inspiration that no endeavor in our lives needs to be merely mundane: Artist whose medium is hardware store windows

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  1. mark robb said,
    on October 4th, 2011 at 4:28 pm

    rubber gloves for the michelangelo hand of god reaching towards adam’s hand. I like it, were they different coloured gloves. I am always impressed by artists who manage to remove their own ego from their work. Artists who draw on the pavement knowing when it rains their work will be gone, artists who sculpt with sand. Art can vanish up it’s own posterior, we need to be light about it, just like this woman.

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