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  • Volunteers June Levin and Kevyn Warnock

    LT | Jul 7, 2014

    “Well, I’m off!” Kevyn Warnock shouted, grinning at me mid-twist as she shut her studio door.

    “Wait! Where to?”

    “Oh, a meeting with Ellen and Kay.”

    Ah. Gallery Committee. “You go, girl!”

    “Easy-peasy” was the response, and she was gone.

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  • New Vistas for Robin Clark

    LT | Jun 2, 2014

    I am grumbling to myself here. The mysterious, mystical, warmly forceful energy of Robin Clark no longer drifts by my studio door. The photographer/painter has moved her studio south to a more intimate location.

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  • Wilkinson Moves Home

    LT | May 20, 2014

    Wood sculptor Bob Wilkinson recently made the choice to move his mallet and chisels home after a long career at 1870 Art Center (Belmont) and here at the Peninsula Art Institute. Visitors to his studio know him as a sculptor who diligently bangs away at tree trunks and limbs, searching for and finally revealing, the beauty within.

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  • Tom Killion Prints, Wayne Wichern Hats, and the Kentucky Derby

    LT | May 10, 2014

     

     

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  • A Comfortable Sitting with Lisa Babbitt

    LT | Mar 12, 2014

    While working in my studio the other day I heard light, exuberant chatter echoing down the hall. Ah, yes, Lisa Babbitt, portrait painter. She was probably schmoozing another model into a sense of ease. Babbitt has a natural charm that is integral to her process of creating watercolor portraiture.

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