Archive for April 1st, 2010


An imagined state of being where life persists in a perfectly imperfected state, Mark Schoening “Cloudcuckooland” is both a state of mind and place of being.  The typography chosen for “Cloudcuckooland” is distantly similar to the strewn letters of the Hollywood sign perched on a lonely hill.  Schoening’s panels combine layers of acrylic ink, carbon [...]

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Recognized as a practitioner of the color process known as cabro printing, a difficult process requiring the layer of cayen, magenta, and yellow pigment separations, the cabro photographs of Richard C. Miller depicted scenes of his young daughter Linda blowing a bubble, and a dotting housewife with a plaid apron tending to her child.  Included [...]

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