Monthly Archives: June, 2001

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Dear Artist, Zo Evamy wrote to ask, “How should I structure my time in order…

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Dear Artist, I’m wandering in a magic farm called “Serendipity,” a place of fragrant gardens,…

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Dear Artist, I’m watching my friend Don Getz standing at his French easel producing a…

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Dear Artist, Do you remember “Mary, Mary, quite contrary?” This children’s nursery rhyme represents an…

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Dear Artist, In “Fahy’s Pub and Undertakers” in Dingle Town, with a background of smoke…

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Dear Artist, From my journal: “Socked in for three days. Most of the time can’t…

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Dear Artist, Distant sheep are moving down a green hillside like a spill of cream.…

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Dear Artist, Among the responses to the last letter about the elements of landscape, there’s…