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July 12, 2008


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Thanks for sharing the work of these talented artists. The soldier images with doilies are so powerful and tender at the same time--they bring home the point that the people fighting are our sons, brother, husbands. Did you get to meet Arounna of Bloessom kids fame? And I love Carlsen's medals of the mundane, both in fine execution and the concept. You have a great eye as usual!

Constanza (Peregrine Blue)

Oh my God, I'm so glad I took the time to read the blog post on this exhibition. Everything is absoloutely gorgeous. I loved the amsquerade heads and the textile art is so elegant. So inspiring, thanks I will look over again for details.


Those exquisite embroideries are wonderful. Thank you so much for sharing all this wonderful work.

I am looking forward to see how it has all inspired you in your own work.


Oh, neat, neat, neat! Thank you. First of all for propelling me back to Nathan Phillips Square - many happy memories. And for the 'tour' of the artists. I love Noelle Hamlyn's work and look forward to your posting a photo of the book purse you bought; also for your giving the 'statement' of mirroring the aboriginal practice of honouring the animal by using every bit. What has she used for the fibre in the knitting? How much were such figures? How big were they? Again, thanks.

Elsita :)

Wow Margie!!
Thank you sooo much for the pictures of these amazing pieces from different artists! I love them so much! I would love to be there in person next year! Bill and I were also talking about going to the Film Festival together (September) but Diego will start school around that time and he will need me here more than ever. It would be so amazing to see these pieces in person, specially the miniature embroidery!!
Thank you again!
Elsita :)


I’m designer in a wonderful project called Boca do Lobo, this need to be shared.

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