July 2005
Surface Design Journal;Summer2005, Vol. 29 Issue 4, p60
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The article features several art works in the United States. Artist Nancy Middlebrook of Swarthmore, Pennsylvania unveils "Fall Too #2." Artist Lissa Valentine of Tacoma, Washington presents "Gateway." Artist Martha Donovan Opdahl of Santa Fe, New Mexico unveils "Construction #29." Artist Allison Cooke Brown of Yarmouth, Maine presents "Rainy Days #2."


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