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In Frame Visual Arts:

Summer 2011 - Issue 4

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Published by:
Iris Gillispie
Published:
7/11/2011
Specs:
Standard / 8.25" x 10.75"
88 pages Saddle-stitched
Category:
Art
Tags:
art, commentary, danville, fashion, film, hokie, literature, los angeles, martinsville, painting, photography, poems, science, Stage, Street Art, tagging, TV, Virginia, VMNH

In This Issue: Stanley Harris - Los Angeles; Jeffrey Bradshaw Seiden - Danville; Lisa Plemmons Harrison Caddel - Los Angeles; The Artisan Center - Crooked Rd - Rocky Mt.; The Grainery - Rocky Mt.; Sourthern Virginia Artisan Center - Martinsville; Lynchburg Artists - Lynchburg; VMNH - Jim Beard, Curator of Geology; Danville Science Center - Jeff Liverman, Director; Hokie Storm Chaser - Andrew Smith; The Martinsville Fashion Team; Andrea Padilla - Los Angeles; Ashlie Thompson - Martinsville; Sound on Film By Kevin Gillispie - South Korea; Agency Patty Bunch By Patty Bunch - Los Angeles; Dreams Made Real In The Performing Arts By Melissa Bryant Charles - Danville; Piedmont Writers Group - Martinsville; Lake Writers - Smith Mountain Lake; FRESH INK Book Review By Dorothy Carter: Stuck By Becky Mushko; Art News International By Kevin Gillispie; What Is Art Part III: A Philosophy of Identity By Kevin; The Art of Pretense By Charles Hill; Looking Back Over The Issues.

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