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Book 12: 2020 #spare-a-square

#spare-a-square

When toilet paper was seen as a rare commodity

Never in a million years would I have thought that toilet paper (TP) would cause such stress. But turns out that toilet paper and sanitizer were the first things to be horded when the Covid-19 Quarantine started in March of 2020.

And thats where I got the idea for this book. If TP is so rare, lets “#spare-a-square” for art’s sake.
The project asked for artwork to use one 4×4 sheet of TP, it could be painted, folded, drawn on, basically anything they wanted, but only one sheet, and as you can imagine since artists like to work outside the box, some decided to send me their individual interpretations. I know you’ll enjoy the journey into the world of TP in a way you have not seen before.

Available from amazon: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B088VVLJVQ?ref_=pe_3052080_397514860

NOTE: Most artists kept within their style, but remember, TP is not easy to work with AND its intended to dissolve in water. Be sure to check out the Artists website for complete samples of their art.
A big thank you to all the artists who participated.

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Book 4: OECW: Artists, Art & Story Southern California

Our Ever Changing World: Through the  Eyes of Artists: “Artists, ART & Story: Southern California

cvrBook Four:  (5.5 x 8.5 black and white) Spotlights Southern California Artists their art and story. The focus of the book was to write a story, 500 to 1,000 words long and to share a life experience NOT related to or mention art in any way. As artists it seems we are always talking to and about our lives as artists. My intention was to help move the focus more to the history of the artist as a combination o f life experiences. We are more than our art… we are our story.

There are 90 artists and 280 pages to read through.

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Participation Artists: Kathi Flood, Stefanie Vega, Ellen Riingen, Joyce Lieberman, Paula Goldman, Bibi Davidson, Geoffrey Levitt, Emerald Arts, Jack Reilly, Chuck Feesago, Laura Larson, Irina Logra, Karen Kinney, Rob Grad, Susan Lizotte, Debbi Green, Gary Lloyd, Sierra Pecheur, Linda Zigman Kosoff, Diane Pirie Cockerill, Linda Sue Price, Carolyn Campbell, Martin Cox, Emily Elisa Halpern, Greg Andrade, J.j. L’Heureux, Mara Thompson, Joanne Julian, Elijah Richard, Karen Frimkess Wolff, Karma Henry, Leah C. Dixon, Michael McCall, Ann Phong, Jon Measures, Preston M.  Smith, Michelle D. Ferrera-Lubin, John Eden, Dori Atlantis, Cathy Weiss, Sidney Tuggerson Jr, Linda Parnell, Peter Hess, Cindy Rinne, Andrea Bogdan, Dakota Noot, Ron Therrio, Barbara Kerwin, Melissa Ann Lambert, Peggy Sivert Zask, Keariene Muizz, Barbara Nathanson, Wendy Smith, Ann Mitchell, Pat Gainor, Virginia Biera, Roland Reiss, Dave Lovejoy, Debbi Swanson Patrick, Ben Zask, Yoshie Sakai, Kerry Kugelman, Dawn Arrowsmith, Vicki Barkley, Roxene Rockwell, Steven Fujimoto, Marla Fields, Jane Cantillon, Stevie Love, Mike Street, Alex Schaefer, Terry Arena, Craig Sibley, Abby Schachner, Hung Viet Nguyen, Joy J. Rotblatt, Lillian Abel, Beanie Kaman, David Glynn, Anna Marini-Genzon, Amy Kaps, Milo Reice, Yvette Gellis, Sharon Suhovy, Stephen Rowe, Lena Moross, Bradford J. Salamon, Jill Sykes, Ada Pullini Brown, Mike M. Mollett, Karrie Ross

Book 2: OECW: Couples and Collaborations

Our Ever Changing World ~ Through the Eyes of Artists — Couples and Collaborations

Just how DO Artists live together? Is it a collaboration or…

I like thinking that artists are different. I noticed that artists work to bring something that is hidden into light. That their way of seeing and being in our world opens us to new ways of acting and thinking. Their different perspectives help to bring about change.

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