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The Birds Know Something I Don’t (Nine of In Threes)

01 Warbler, 02 Or Remorse, 03 Escape Hatch © Catherine Rutgers 2022

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Iconic Dimension

The iconic dimension is small. But it has to be powerful. Mostly I create this type of image for folder icons and their desktop aliases. So that means I’ll be looking at them in their tiny size for weeks, or … Continue reading

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Behind the Scene (Preparations for an Exhibit)

This time of year, when the hours of daylight here in the northern hemisphere grow longer and longer as they come near to their peak, brings out the best in me. Among the wonderful developments this season, not only will … Continue reading

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Ova (Part One)

In the beginning, there is an egg. You, me, and a bajillion other fascinating creatures start with this. Wonderfully weird. These two are from neighborhood chickens and were refrigerated in a ruby-red bowl for more than a year because I … Continue reading

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A New Beginning of Time

One of my major topics, time is. So it was certainly serendipitous to meet Olga Ast, who invited me to participate in the ArcheTime project, beginning in 2009. Most recently, I’ve been inspired by the roundtable discussion at New York … Continue reading

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