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Marilyn Stablein’s Found-Object Assemblages

Marilyn Stablein is an artist and writer who creates assemblages from re-purposed and found objects. In her words, the objects’ origins are “unknown, unchartable. They evoke and personify mystery. Shape, form, condition, past function and new arrangements reveal, conceal, and evoke.” Stablein is the author of many books, including: Splitting Hard Ground: Poems (New Mexico Book Award); Bind, Alter, Fold: Artists Books; Sleeping in Caves: A…

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Comes and Goes by Ora and Benny Segalis

  — Benny Segalis was born in Jerusalem and attended the School of Arts at Washington University in St Louis, Parsons School of Art, The New School, and Chicago Art Institute. Her work was exhibited in San Francisco, Art Basel Miami, Melbourne, St. Louis, Chicago, Tel Aviv, New York, and Ein Hod. Ora Segalis works in many private collections, including in Australia, Switzerland, Mexico, Miami,…

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