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Re: Art reproductions on the web: Haring

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Sheryl Ann McCoy (smccoy)
Sun, 15 Nov 1998 14:14:34 -0700

Yes, Barnes and Noble and all the other booksellers and stationers have their 1999 calendars on sale. Many of them are illustrated by works of various artists through the years.

Don't laugh, but I saw one calendar with illustrations by Mary Engelbrecht. I like her work, it reminds me of 1920's children's literature illustrators. My favorite is her picture of a girl with her hands on her hips, giving you the eye. The caption is "Snap Out of It". Well, there's low art and there's high art! What can I say! I'm eclectic! HAHAHAHA!

"Nature uses only the longest threads to weave her
patterns, so that each small piece of her fabric
reveals the organization of the entire tapestry."
-Richard Feynman

On Sun, 15 Nov 1998 14:00:34 MarshArt wrote: >I feel I have struck paydirt.And not on the Web. Went to Barnes & Noble >Booksellers. They have tons of calendars of artists . I bought one of Keith >Haring for about 12 bucks. I now have 12 visuals of his work. > >Marsha >

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