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Classic Color

color (noun, 13th century) – 1 a: a phenomenon of light (as red, brown, pink, or gray) or visual perception that enables one to differentiate otherwise identical objects b (1): the aspect of the appearance of objects and light sources … Continue reading

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An artist’s media library is like the DNA of her soul

01 Soul Mapping Time, 02 Steeled Reflection, 03 Hue of My Heart, 04 Vitally Viridescent, 05 Harlequin Reclaims Her Status, 06 Shimmer through Silk, 07 En Cabochon, 08 First Light © Catherine Rutgers 2020

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Herstory’s Fragments: Postcards of the Space Monkey/French Kiss plus SOTVC era, 1988-1999

They were labors of love, deeply personal yet public, mostly designed by hand, and dependent on access to a very cool copy shop. They were more love note than publicity as practiced in the current century. No email address, no … Continue reading

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Double Vision circa 1893-1905

They’re really beautiful devices, these old and once wildly popular stereopticons. Wood, and metal, and yet not heavy at all. And as simple as the technology appears, the effect really works, creating a view with a depth that surprises me … Continue reading

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SOTVC: The Violet and Green Edition

Over the years, I’ve had various tag lines for my artwork. They were kind of like corporate names, if you can envision a company that is involved with absolutely nothing but making art or writing poetry or just generally sending … Continue reading

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