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Race Track in the Writing Fort

This was NOT the plan.  Remember:  NO BABIES.

But note the early Proenza on the high shelf. From her blue period or maybe her chair period.

I just looked at her website and she is getting freakishly good.  How come artists get better?  Writers almost never do.  If they change, it’s almost always for the worse.

http://maryproenza.com/

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Triptych Aquatint Etching Teresa Zepeda

Writing Fort

Enzo Summer 2012

Aquatint Etching, 6″ x 8″
Teresa’s getting back into etching again after doing nothing but silkscreens for years. She just finished this one. It’s part of a triptych she’s still working on. Not too shabby, as Enzo would say.

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