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Noticed: Something Not So Shiny but New

The making of a cuff

By Regina M. Connell. I’m not sure where this comes from but I’m incredibly picky about metals and finishes. Overall, patina and texture work for me, feels easier to live with and is more straightforward to blend with what you … Continue reading

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Noticed: Marking Time

Photo by Father Ray Blake via Remodelista

By Regina Connell. Time’s been on my mind a great deal of late: lack of it, the passage of it, the shape of it.¬†Time’s what you make of it, of course. But what do you make of time? A couple … Continue reading

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What We’re Reading: Fall 2012

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By Regina Connell and Natalie Powell. Fact: chilly temperatures and gray skies create cuddle-up-and-read weather. So grab a cup of tea and a blanket, and crack open one of these books that have been piquing our interest of late. Made … Continue reading

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Noticed: The Lines of Marta Johansen

I Can't Say It, I'm Waiting for Him To by Marta Johansen

By Natalie Powell. Marta Johansen creates complex, intricate landscapes by sketching hundreds upon hundreds of thin lines on white archival paper. Marta calls the trademark strokes that make up her works “living lines.” Her works, composed solely of overlapping, swirling, … Continue reading