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paul_feely_retrospective
Have you ever played Telephone — when someone whispers in your ear and you pass the message along? The game of Exquisite Corpse, invented by a playful group of artists who called themselves Surrealists, is similar. You begin drawing, then let a partner add to it. Like a ripple effect,…
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Water is Life: Finding the ripples, swirls, and other inspiration from the water Water is the single most necessary element to sustain life on the planet. Water is also a great source inspiration for many artists. Many artists and creatives find different ways to represent this beautiful and powerful life…
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I step out of the disrupting circumstances of life to make art. I find making art helps me heal. O.K. you may say. How?  As a child, I gravitated instinctively to art-making and quiet spaces where I would make things with cardboard, glue, rice or shoe polish. These were my…
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Ema Spencer was born to Dr. Benjamin Franklin Spencer and his wife, Susan Porter Spencer, in the Licking County village of Gratiot, Ohio, on March 1, 1857. Benjamin was a well-respected physician in the area and Susan managed the Spencer home and children, which included Ema, Carolyn (b. 1862/63), and…
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