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The Smallest Things Make the Biggest Differences; Quantum Physics and Iconography

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Lessons Learned

failure as an integral and important part of creating a whole person and a byzantine icon Continue reading

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Where to Purchase Art Supplies for Iconography

Where should you purchase your art supplies?  The answer will surprise you.  It turns out that artist supplies are a market commodity and as such charges are established at what the market will bear.  In other words, if you fancy … Continue reading

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Sigh…Not a Social Butterfly

Well, I’ve been dragged kicking and screaming into the 21st century social scene by the need to share my icons of all things. No I am not looking for friends. I am not interested in the minutiae of anyone’s existence … Continue reading

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Everything teaches you

   “Rabbi” by Olga Dytyniak This blog begins a new venture in sharing my world of painting. I have always been a very private person and so it feels extremely odd to be sending these words into the ether and … Continue reading

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