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01/09/2015

EXPO ‘coOperation – GARNISH’ – Gallery Velvet da Vinci, San Francisco (USA) – 19 Aout-20 Sept. 2015

co-operation – garnish

A collaborative exhibition organized by Brigitte Martin and Rachel Timmins

Artists’ Reception:  Friday August 21, 6-8pm

co-operation - garnish

 A garnish can be anything from an adornment that adds or enhances the body (human or animal) to a functional or nonfunctional object that decorates and spices up a room. This exhibition will ask viewers and participants to examine the idea of a garnish made by 2 different subsets of makers who have come together to create an embellishment that satisfies both.

Participating Artists:    Suzanne Amendolara / Dan DiCaprio — Christiana Byrne / David Lee — Catherine Chandler / Sonya Scott — Brian Ferrell / Jillian Moore –  Heidi Gerstacker / Masumi KataokaEmily Gill / Jaime Sawka — Charity Hall / Francesca Vitali Peter Hoogeboom / Maia Houtman — Nicole Jacquard / Annie Fensterstock — Lauren Kalman / Kipp Bradford –  Satomi Kawai / Nikki Couppee — Thomas Mann / Wayne Werner –  Bruce Metcalf / Evin Dubois — Tom Muir / Caitlin Skelcey — Vincent Pontillo Verrastro / Sharon Massey –  Mette Saabye / Pernille Mouritzen — Marissa Saneholtz /Michael Dale BernardLinda Savineau / Steve Shelby — Olga Starostina / Corey AckelmireBillie Theide / Brooke Marks-SwansonRachel Timmins / Brigitte Martin — Aric Verrastro /Randy Long

 Satomi Kawai & Nikki Couppee, Neogems (Necklace), Plastic, etched copper, resin, pigment, sterling silver, brass, plexiglass, found shells, faux and real pearls, faux silver foil, hologram laminateSatomi Kawai & Nikki Couppee, Neogems (Necklace), Plastic, etched copper, resin, pigment, sterling silver, brass, plexiglass, found shells, faux and real pearls, faux silver foil, hologram laminate

Brian Ferrell & Jillian Moore, Clompe Cluster (Brooch), basswood, polymer clay, resin, paint, waxBrian Ferrell & Jillian Moore, Clompe Cluster (Brooch), basswood, polymer clay, resin, paint, wax

Peter Hoogeboom & Maja Houtman, Artichoke (Brooch), Ceramics (slipcasting), metalwork (basketry), silversmithing silver, porcelainPeter Hoogeboom & Maja Houtman, Artichoke (Brooch), Ceramics (slipcasting), metalwork (basketry), silversmithing silver, porcelain

Tom Muir & Caitlin Skelcey, Expel, ABS Plastic, Sterling Silver, Automotive Paint and  ClearcoatTom Muir & Caitlin Skelcey, Expel, ABS Plastic, Sterling Silver, Automotive Paint and  Clearcoat

Aric & Randy Verrastro & Long, Daydreaming (Neckpiece), Canvas, PLA, sterling silver, copper, enamel, china paint, steel, thread, acrylic paint, poly-filAric & Randy Verrastro & Long, Daydreaming (Neckpiece), Canvas, PLA, sterling silver, copper, enamel, china paint, steel, thread, acrylic paint, poly-fil

Linda Savineau & Steve Shelby, Sluggish Meanderings, Hammer printed brass, 3D printed nylon (SLS), driftwoodLinda Savineau & Steve Shelby, Sluggish Meanderings, Hammer printed brass, 3D printed nylon (SLS), driftwood

Marissa Saneholtz & Michael Dale Bernard, "She was lost to her dreams as flowers cascaded upon her." (Neckpiece), Copper, steel, aluminum, silver, maple, vitreous enamel, powder coat, lacquerMarissa Saneholtz & Michael Dale Bernard, « She was lost to her dreams as flowers cascaded upon her. » (Neckpiece), Copper, steel, aluminum, silver, maple, vitreous enamel, powder coat, lacquer

CoOperation Garnish | Velvet da Vinci - Vincent Pontillo-Verrastro and Sharon Massey, Plume, Copper, PLA, graphite, enamel, rare-earth magnets Vincent Pontillo-Verrastro and Sharon Massey, Plume, Copper, PLA, graphite, enamel, rare-earth magnets

 

Statement from the organizers:
A modern metalsmith/metal artist can be found working in traditional metals as well as in nontraditional materials. The designs can range from the classic to the extravagant, and the techniques can either be centuries old or decidedly current. The wide range of expression preferences, design options, materials, and processes has lead within our field to unfavorable misconceptions, misunderstandings and in some cases even outright disdain between artists. Each side considers itself superior to the other, seemingly not appreciating the clear advantages, benefits, and experiences each faction brings to the table. Quoting from Damian Skinner’s 2013 SNAG keynote lecture in Toronto:
“We are all family. Sometimes, family members don’t speak with each other, but we still are one big family. Let’s recognize this fact.”
Can our field overcome family division and send a much-needed signal to the metals + jewelry community? We appreciate and respect our historical past and acknowledge that current materials have a rightful place in jewelry/object making. Arriving at this message is the goal of this exhibition.”  – Brigitte Martin and Rachel Timmins

 

Velvet da Vinci
2015 Polk Street,
San Francisco, CA 94109
Phone: 415-441-0109
Email:  info@velvetdavincigallery.com
Hours: Tuesday through Saturday, 11am – 6pm, Sunday, 11am – 4pm

 

 

13/04/2014

Preziosa Young Contemporary Jewellery Retrospective 2014 – Palazzo Guinigi, Lucca (IT) – 8 Mai-6 Juin 2014

Preziosa Young Contemporary Jewellery Retrospective 2014

Palazzo Guinigi (Lucca, Italy)

Artists: Daniel Di CaprioArata FuchiAdam Grinovich Dana HakimHanna Hedman

Dana Hakim necklaceDana Hakim Neckpiece: My Four Guardian Angels – the blue series, 2011 Iron Nets, Paint, Rubber, Reflective Light Threads, Cotton Threads, Lacquer – 32 cm diam- Photo : Josef Bercovich

Daniel DiCaprio, Brooch, 2009Daniel DiCaprio - Brooch: Ripening, 2009Dyed Lemonwood, 22k Gold, 14k Gold, carved and inlaid- Photo : Daniel DiCaprio

Arata Fuchi, Ring, 2008Arata FuchiRing: Heliopause 3, 2008 – Oxidized silver, oxidized silver powder, Oxidized shakudo, fine gold, fine silver

 2013 : HANNA HEDMAN..  HANNA HEDMAN 2013

 

 
Palazzo Guinigi
Via Guinigi, 21
51100 – Lucca
Italy
Telephone: +39 055 22 80 131
www.artiorafe.it
mail: artiorafe@artiorafe.it

08/01/2014

BIJOUX with a HOLE ….

un trou …. pas juste un trou, mais une cassure, une brisure, une faille, un « défaut », une « petite destruction », une blessure, un manque, un « manqué » …

Mais aussi une ouverture, une fenêtre …. vers un ailleurs, vers un « regard sur soi », vers une introspection, vers ce qu’on a (d’)enfermé et qu’on laisse (enfin) sortir/voir/respirer/s’épancher ….

Comme le dit Joo Hyung Park, « Beauty (is) in Imperfection » ….. Même discourspour Brooke Marks-Swanson : « « I am drawn to the beauty of things imperfect, impermanent and incomplete. …..  My object is to cause the viewer to speculate, imagine and to investigate… »

Ulrike Kämpfert- 'ouverture' collier - 2013 - argent, opale de lait, feuille d'or (expo Circuits Bijoux Paris 2013 - jewel with a hole ...)
Ulrike Kämpfert – ‘ouverture’ collier – 2013 – argent, opale de lait, feuille d’or (expo « Précieux passages » Circuits Bijoux Paris 2013 )
Andy Cooperman   (brooch with a hole)Andy Cooperman   brooch Coeur, 2010 – Sterling, 18k, brass, ping pong ball, velvet ; fabricated, fused, melted – 2 x 3/8 inch – Photo: Andy Cooperman

Kristin Mitsu Shiga
Kristin Mitsu Shiga  – Count Brooch (Sterling, wool, steel)
Liana Pattihis broochLiana Pattihis brooch  (not only a « hole », but a lack …) Sandra Llusà, in Instituto Cervantes Munich in the exhibition ConSpiracíonSandra Llusà  « lo Imposible » Pendant Textile, gold-plated nickel silver and bronze
Joo Hyung Park - melted series detail of a brooch - From "Beauty in imperfection" collection. Brooch, Brass, sterling silver 2013, 2010Joo Hyung Park - melted series detail of a brooch – From « Beauty in imperfection » collection. Brooch, Brass, sterling silver 2013, 2010
Joo Hyung Park - From 'Beauty in imperfection' collection. Brooch, Brass, sterling silver 2013, 2010Joo Hyung Park – From ‘Beauty in imperfection’ collection. Brooch, Brass, sterling silver 2013, 2010
Demitra Thomloudis - brooch - backDemitra Thomloudis – brooch (BACK) -  Section, 2012 -  Cement, brass, copper, sterling silver, steel, powder coat, fiber, pigment; fabricated, soldered – 3 x 3 x 3 in. -  Photo: Demitra Thomloudis
Biba SchutzBiba Schutz ring
Kelvin J Birk - big claw ring in oxidized silver with crushed stone clusterKelvin J Birk – big claw ring in oxidized silver with crushed stone cluster
Emanuela DucaEmanuela Duca Magma cuff – Blackened sterling silver, diamonds, green amethyst.
Annamaria Zanella  Brooch: Combustion 2009  Silver, gold, resin, wood shavings, titanium, glass  Photo Giulio RustichelliAnnamaria Zanella  Brooch: Combustion 2009  Silver, gold, resin, wood shavings, titanium, glass  Photo Giulio Rustichelli
Linda Ezerman - Ring, unique piece, handmade  sterling silver blackened, cold enamelLinda Ezerman – Ring, unique piece, handmade  sterling silver blackened, cold enamel
Orecchini serie In the box - Argento, oro giallo 18kt, niello patina - 2011  Gigi MarianiGigi Mariani - Orecchini serie In the box – Argento, oro giallo 18kt, niello patina – 2011  
Demitra Thomloudis - Reconstructed square interior brooch - cement, plywood, sterling silver, nyckel silver, resin, pigment 2013
Demitra Thomloudis – « Reconstructed: Square Interior » (2013) – Brooch – cement, plywood, sterling silver, nickel silver, resin, pigment. Picture courtesy of the artist
Brooke marks-Swanson - back of a brooch - copper, fabricated and painted    "I am drawn to the beauty of things imperfect, impermanent and incomplete. Aerial photographs of hurricanes above water are stunning and seductive. The soft spiral and eye inform of terror and devastation. My object is to cause the viewer to speculate, imagine and to investigate, in a personal way, those issues relative to a sense of beauty, which drives the focus of my research."    495$Brooke Marks-Swanson - back of a brooch – copper, fabricated and painted   
« I am drawn to the beauty of things imperfect, impermanent and incomplete. Aerial photographs of hurricanes above water are stunning and seductive. The soft spiral and eye inform of terror and devastation. My object is to cause the viewer to speculate, imagine and to investigate,in a personal way, those issues relative to a sense of beauty, which drives the focus
of my research. »    
Vera Siemund, brooch, 2012, enamelled copper, steelsawn, mounted, enamelled (printed portrait/ornament) - 73 x 100 x 42 mm - green ornamented lamp shape covered with a fragment of a rose window, inside a photo portraitVera Siemund, brooch, 2012, enamelled copper, steelsawn, mounted, enamelled (printed portrait/ornament) -
73 x 100 x 42 mm – green ornamented lamp shape covered with a fragment of a rose window, inside a photo portrait
(here the « hole » is clearly mounted as a WINDOW….)
Angela Bermudez  (brooches with a hole)Angela Bermudez  all that you need to LOOK INSIDE …..
viruthiers: Ángela BermúdezÁngela Bermúdez (viruthiers) « Grand Voyeur » et « déjà Vu » – broches 2012, plata  – (serie Turismo de interior) …. (histoires de VISION …)

Daniel DiCaprio - 'Inheritance' blackwood & silver brooch  (jewel with a hole)Daniel DiCaprio – ‘Inheritance’ blackwood & silver brooch

Andrea PIneros Bijoux
Andrea Piñeros - a ring with a hole …. that allows to discover the « real » jewel : your own skin

15/06/2012

COUP de …. BLACK : Daniel Di Caprio, with a mysterious inner space

Daniel DiCaprio : « The pieces I make in wood and precious metals, explore methods of cultural communication through personal adaptation. One example of this is how people in different cultures around the world and throughout history, have identified themselves using hairstyles. I find this form of expression particularly interesting. By expressing themselves this way, individuals define themselves in groups, ranks in society or in gender roles.
The forms I work with are vaguely biological, referencing plant or animal anatomy and invoking a connection with the primitive. Hair is a prehistoric trait that humans have, connecting us with the past. I use metal wire as a surface embellishment to reference hair.
In addition to this physical adaptation, I am also interested in personal adaptation. I want the pieces to be considered from the inside out, externally expressing an identity, with a mysterious inner space. Referencing what we are and where we came from, the pieces are created in recognition of the past, while alluding to the future. The process of making this work is as seductive to me as an artist, as I hope the work is for the viewer or wearer.
 »

All images from WOOD at Velvet da Vinci Contemporary Art Jewelry and Sculpture Gallery, Daniel Di Caprio « Stubble » Necklace  2011 – Dyed Rosewood, Silver - (images from « WOOD » exhibition at Velvet da Vinci  Gallery)

All images from WOOD at Velvet da Vinci Contemporary Art Jewelry and Sculpture Gallery, Daniel Di Caprio « Stubble » Necklace (detail)

All images from WOOD at Velvet da Vinci Contemporary Art Jewelry and Sculpture Gallery, Daniel Di Caprio « Mutation » Brooch

All images from WOOD at Velvet da Vinci Contemporary Art Jewelry and Sculpture Gallery, Daniel Di Caprio « Vessel » Brooch daniel dicaprio -  Inheritance -   blackwood and silver brooch 3"x4"x3"Daniel Di Caprio -  Inheritance -   blackwood and silver brooch 3″x4″x3″

Daniel DiCaprio - broochDaniel Di Caprio -  brooch

Daniel DiCaprioDaniel Di Caprio-  brooch ‘Talkie’ 2008 – Blackwood, 22K Gold, 18K Gold, 14K Gold -3″x3″x1.25″

Daniel DiCaprio - Fruition brooch - Blackwood, Silver - 2008Daniel DiCaprio – Fruition brooch – Blackwood, Silver – 2008

Daniel DiCaprio -  Orifice ring 3 - 2008 - blackwood, 22k goldDaniel DiCaprio -  Orifice ring 3 – 2008 – blackwood, 22k gold

Daniel DiCaprio -  Orifice ring 5 - 2009Daniel DiCaprio -  Orifice ring 5 – 2009


08/05/2012

EXPO ‘WOOD’ – Velvet da Vinci Gallery, San Francisco (USA) – 9 Mai-17 Juin 2012

WOOD

Jewelry by Twenty-Six International Artists

WOOD seeks to explore the exciting new jewelry using wood as the primary material. Ideas of sustainability, preciousness and the sensuality of this humble material are the focus of this new exhibition.

 WOOD - Velvet da Vinci

Participating artists:
Agelio Batle, USA • Garry Knox Bennett, USA • Daniel DiCaprio, USA • Thomas Gentille, USA • Katy Hackney, UK • Julia Harrison, USA • Sachiyo Higaki, Japan • Tom Hill, UK/USA • Leonor Hipólito, Portugal • Deukhee Ka, Korea • Kenta Katakura, Japan • Djurdjica Kesic, Yugoslavia/Australia • Beppe Kessler, Netherlands • Edgar Mosa, USA • Nick Mullins, USA • Jacob Nyberg, Sweden • Gitte Nygaard, Denmark • Lina Peterson, UK • Auba Pont, Spain • Fliss Quick, UK • Gustav Reyes, USA • Catherine Truman, Australia • Julia Turner USA • Flóra Vági, Hungary • Manuel Vilhena, Portugal • Luzia Vogt, Switzerland
Kenta Katakura African Black Wood Ring.  Currently (at time of posting) in the Velvet Da Vinci Wood Exhibition.
Kenta Katakura African Black Wood Ring
Lina Peterson  Brooch: Bud 2012  Wood, paint, white precious metal
 Lina Peterson « Bud » Brooch
  LEONOR HIPÓLITO -  Bambusa Ventilus" Buttonhole Object
Leonor Hipólito: « Bambusa Ventilus » Buttonhole Object
Leonor Hipólito : «Brassica Metriculus» Neckpiece
Leonor Hipólito: « Brassica Metriculus » Neckpiece
Gitte Nyggard 'M-J's WeddingThing'  (Velvet da Vinci "wood" exhibition)
Gitte Nyggard « M-J’s Wedding Thing » Ring/Object
Beppe Kessler "Equilibre" Necklace.  Velvet Da Vinci's Wood exhibition.Beppe Kessler « Equilibre » Necklace
Catherine Truman "Black Drape" Brooch
Catherine Truman « Black Drape » Brooch & « White Bag » Brooch
Sachiyo Higaki - necklace (wood, thread) 2010
Sachiyo Higaki Necklace
All Images From WOOD | Velvet da Vinci  - Sachiyo Higaki Brooch: Untitled 2010 Ebony, milky quartz
Sachiyo Higaki  Brooch: Untitled 2010 Ebony, milky quartz
Nick Mullins "Hand" Brooch (back)
Nick Mullins « Hand » Brooch (back)
Thomas Hill: "Fish Skeleton" Breast Plate
Thomas Hill: « Fish Skeleton » Breast Plate
"Ad Idem" by Gustav ReyesGustav Reyes « Ad Idem » Ring #1
 Daniel Di Caprio "Stubble" Necklace
Daniel Di Caprio « Stubble » Necklace
Daniel DiCaprio mutation brooch (Velvet da Vinci "wood" exhibition)Daniel DiCaprio mutation brooch
Auba Pont "Pendant V"
 Auba Pont « Pendant V »
 Edgar Mosa The Mountain #5 Neckpiece
Edgar Mosa « The Mountain #5″ Neckpiece
"Wish I'd joined the foreign legion", Neckpiece, 2011, Fliss Quick
Fliss Quick « Wish I’d Joined the Foreign Legion » Neckpiece
Djurdjica Kesic Pins.  Velvet Da Vinci Wood.
Djurdjica Kesic Pins
Jacob Nyberg « Reflecta » Neckpiece
 Jacob Nyberg « Reflecta » Neckpiece
Agelio Batle: Branch Necklace
Agelio Batle: « Branch » Necklace
  Julia Turner: "Blue Chop" Pendant
Julia Turner: « Blue Chop » Pendant
Flora Vagi "Red Spiral" Bracelet.  Velvet Da Vinci, Wood.
Flora Vagi « Red Spiral » Bracelet
Velvet da Vinci Gallery
2015 Polk Street
(near Broadway)
San Francisco, CA  94109
tel 415.441.0109
Info@VelvetDaVinci.com
Gallery Hours: Tuesday – Saturday 11 to 6,  Sunday 11 to 4

 

01/12/2011

EXPO ‘Sparkle Plenty 7 – Organ/ism’ – Quirk Gallery, Richmond (USA) – 3 Nov.-24 Dec. 2011

Sparkle Plenty 7 : Organ/ism

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(Daniel DiCapriobrooch )

The world is full of life and organisms that thrive in a multitude of ways. From the seemingly mundane to the flat-out bizarre, « things » have found a way to survive. People are both part of the living world, and manipulators of it. An ever-changing world and life’s ability to adapt is the theme for this exhibition. The work presented shows a reverence for these creatures, the inner spark that ignites life, and the ability to survive.

 

PARTICIPATING ARTISTS:
Daniel DiCaprio (courtesy of Charon Kransen Arts) –  Emily Watson –  Hilary Pfeifer –  Jillian MooreMärta Mattsson (courtesy of Sienna Gallery) –  Masako Ondera –  Masumi Kataoka (courtesy of Charon Kransen Arts) — Satomi Kawai

http://www.quirkgallery.com/webyep-system/data/2-18-im-Main_Gallery_Image-3957.jpgMärta Mattsson  Beetle Brooch

http://www.quirkgallery.com/webyep-system/data/2-18-im-Image_1-4486.jpgMasako Onodera : Cluster of Sloughs pendant

https://fbcdn-sphotos-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/267620_10150256874231705_34707941704_7616455_757024_n.jpgMasako Ondera

https://fbcdn-sphotos-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-snc4/151010_478823396704_34707941704_5802288_5187437_n.jpgJillian Moore

EXPO 'Sparkle Plenty 7 - Organ/ism' - Quirk Gallery, Richmond (USA) - 3 Nov.-24 Dec. 2011 dans Daniel DiCAPRIO (US) satomi_biorhythm1Satomi Kawai : Biorhythm I brooch

Curator Daniel DiCaprio talks about this year’s exhibition at Quirk Gallery (on Art Jewelry Forum) :

« Sparkle Plenty is the annual jewelry exhibition put on by Quirk Gallery in Richmond Virginia.  And this year I was given the opportunity to curate it.  As a jeweler I thought of the exhibitions that have inspired me in the past.  I wanted to create a show that displayed my particular interests in jewelry and other new work that I find exciting.  I also wanted to take this chance to exhibit the work of other young jewelers, most of whom are making these exceptional pieces within the first decade of their professional careers.  These are the ones who inspire me and challenge me to keep working in the studio.  These are some of the artists that I feel add interesting new ideas to the larger art jewelry dialog.  I chose the theme of biologically influenced jewelry, the lifeblood of my own work and the narrative that attracts me to certain pieces. The official prospectus of the show went something like this: “The world is full of life and organisms that thrive in a multitude of ways.  From the seemingly mundane to the flat-out bizarre, “things” have found a way to survive.  People are both part of the living world, and manipulators of it.  An ever-changing world and life’s ability to adapt is the theme for this exhibition.  The work presented shows a reverence for these creatures, the inner spark that ignites life, and the ability to survive.”

From this theme came Organ/ism, a collection of eight jewelers exploring the biological world around us.  Jillian Moore was one of the first artists that came to mind.  Jillian’s work has always appeared to me like animals that have evolved through an alternate reality.  Their existence is imagined into being, and inspired by the creatures that you think couldn’t possibly exist.   They are often presented like taxonomical displays or snapshots of them in mid-autopsy.  This format doesn’t try to provide more answers; rather it adds another layer to the mythology of the creature. Hilary Pfeifer’s work offers a similar interpretation of the biological world, presented “somewhere between humor and curiosity”. Her diminutive and charismatic pieces swarm on gallery walls, displaying the multitude of living adaptations.  Her installations of brooches or necklaces can be like looking through a microscope into a thriving Petri dish, one colonized by single cell cartoons.  These masses of form offer a greater understanding of the individuals, and like Jillian’s work, add an additional layer to a complicated story.

Masumi Kataoka’s work comfortably walks a line between beautiful and disturbing.  Her organ forms, made from actual organs (hog gut and leather), are like a miniature trip to the displays of medical curiosities at the Mutter Museum.  They provoke a curiosity in me that always wants to see what is coming up next.  She has said that her inspiration came from Japanese idioms that express where emotions reside.  This is also expressed in English, when an emotion is felt in your gut or in your heart.

Our shared interest in attraction versus repulsion is an underlying theme of this show.  As you can imagine it would be when jewelers work with dismembered body parts.  Märta Mattsson’s jewelry exemplifies this dichotomy.  She presents wearable objects made from what some people fear the most, insects.  Their electroformed and lacquered bodies are encrusted with cubic zirconias, presenting a glamorous version of what is essentially a dissected insect.  This allows you to confront what it is you find attractive or disturbing about the creature. Masako Onodera also thrives on this theme.  Jewelry emerges from the body like additional appendages from the chest or neck.  Materials like leather, felt and skin-toned found objects make this connection all the more realistic.  Masako’s jewelry addresses the human connection to the living world and our part in its story.

Organ/ism is addressed in a more personal matter with Satomi Kawai’s jewelry.  Her interest lies in the biological rhythm of the female body, the way this connects to culture and more specifically, her own childhood. Materials like wool, cotton and silk relate to Satomi’s own family history, while cellular imagery and bodily forms relate to a larger family.  One shaped by evolution.  Emily Watson approaches this theme from yet another direction.  Her work associates the anatomy and geography of the human race.  The work shows how we are both part of the biological world and manipulators of the environment we live in.

I was nervous as a first time curator about the way everything would come together.  Not just if everyone would agree to participate or if we would be able to meet all the deadlines.  I was concerned with viewers making the same connections that I have made, or alternatively, have I simplified an idea so much that I am beating a dead horse?  Although even that might work well with this theme. »

 

 

Quirk Gallery
311 West Broad Street, Richmond, VA 23220 (USA)
tel 804.644.5450
http://www.quirkgallery.com

 

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