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[BKARTS] Thanks Alice . . .

From now on I will take your advice . . . <g>

Maxine, Who ever said you have to be quiet, unassuming and modest? Victorian! Shout your enthusiasm to the hills. Cheers, Alice

> From: Maxine Farkas <maxquilts@xxxxxxx>
> Subject: New Volumes: Contemporary Artists' Books
> As curator I should be quiet, unassuming and modest about this exhibit . . .
> but I can't be any of the above!
> The opening was Saturday and despite a week of floods and displacements and > myriad other events in and around Lowell we had a wonderful turnout . . .
> must have been a success because there were folks lingering long after the
> gallery was supposed to close.
> If you are in eastern Massachusetts, please do stop by the exhibit and let
> me know what you think . . . this is the first time a gallery has let me
> curate a book exhibit and I am totally not objective about it.
> Maxine
> New Volumes: Contemporary Artists' Books
> 119 Gallery
> 119 Chelmsford
> Lowell, MA 01851
> http://www.119gallery.org/
> May 12 - June 23, Tuesday - Sunday 12 - 5pm
> The show includes work by Karen Bettencourt, Maxine Farkas, John Greenwald,
> Steve Syverson, Susan Kapuscinski Gaylord and Dorothy Simposon Krause.
> 119 Gallery is directly across from the train station, a short commute from
> Boston to Lowell.

The Bonefolder, Vol 2, No 2, Spring 2006 Now Online at
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