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Doug Randall
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Postby Doug Randall » Fri Jan 09, 2004 8:11 pm

Good going Sean. Saw your show a couple months ago when I dropped off work at the gallery. Nice presentation. Have you sent Susan some work at the new gallery in Tacoma? I'll be up there maybe next week to check it out.

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Postby Brock » Fri Jan 09, 2004 8:16 pm

. . .Oh and the park in Seattle on a military base is called Discovery Park, I think.

Thanks Sean. I saw that piece at Vetri, the 6 amber panels, cruising the galleries before the auction. So did Avery and Doug and Steve and Dick and Jackie Amy, and and more. Nice piece. You got good exposure, right up by the front window. Hey, you're at Alfred? Please say Hi to Fred Tschida and tell him I'm going to try to visit him at Pilchuck. Thanks, Brock

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Postby Rebecca M. » Fri Jan 09, 2004 9:33 pm

Brock, is this the one? The Sound Garden near a park that starts with an M? I only remember because the band Sound Garden got the name from this sculpture. Big Chris Cornell fan. :) To find the real name of the park go to a Seattle tourist site and it should show up. I was just there, but am having a brain meltdown.

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Postby Brock » Fri Jan 09, 2004 9:38 pm

Yeah, that's it. I was there on a blustery, rainy, cold day, Duh, it's Seattle, and the whole assemblage was wailing. It was fantastic. Brock

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Postby Brock » Fri Jan 09, 2004 10:20 pm

Are you serious? The first session, when they built it? With Toots Zynsky?

Congratulations. Brock

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Postby Paul Housberg » Fri Jan 09, 2004 10:20 pm

Brock wrote:
And, he's the only person to have been at Woodstock, and the first session of Pilchuck.

Shazam!!


Umm...I, too, was at Woodstock and the first session of Pilchuck. (What do I win?)
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Postby Brock » Fri Jan 09, 2004 10:26 pm

Paul Housberg wrote:
Brock wrote:
And, he's the only person to have been at Woodstock, and the first session of Pilchuck.

Shazam!!


Umm...I, too, was at Woodstock and the first session of Pilchuck. (What do I win?)


I hadn't really been considering any prizes, Paul. Tell me what you built to live in, and where it was, and I'll send you a fridge magnet. Ooh! Brock

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Postby PDXBarbara » Sat Jan 10, 2004 1:08 am

Brock wrote: . And, he's the only person to have been at Woodstock, and the first session of Pilchuck.

Shazam!!

Wasn't that the answer to a trivia question once?
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Postby Brock » Sat Jan 10, 2004 2:14 am

PDXBarbara (Bader) wrote:
Brock wrote: . And, he's the only person to have been at Woodstock, and the first session of Pilchuck.

Shazam!!

Wasn't that the answer to a trivia question once?
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Once! Brock

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Postby Dick Ditore » Sat Jan 10, 2004 1:39 pm

Got my first refusal yesterday! I guess I will start a file of them. Just had to submit for the heck of it. Congratulations Sean!

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Postby Bert Weiss » Sat Jan 10, 2004 2:41 pm

Brock wrote:
Paul Housberg wrote:
Brock wrote:
And, he's the only person to have been at Woodstock, and the first session of Pilchuck.

Shazam!!


Umm...I, too, was at Woodstock and the first session of Pilchuck. (What do I win?)


I hadn't really been considering any prizes, Paul. Tell me what you built to live in, and where it was, and I'll send you a fridge magnet. Ooh! Brock
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Look at what happened the last time you offered prizes...

I made it to Woodstock which was a prize in itself. Yeah I got rained on and slept in a volkswagen beetle... good though
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Postby jerry flanary » Tue Jan 13, 2004 1:11 am

Finally got a response but it wasn't what I wanted to hear... In case anyone was curious.
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Postby Dani » Tue Jan 13, 2004 11:59 am

You are now part of the "in" crowd, Jerry. Sheesh. I suspect the only way fused glass will get serious respect from these "experts" is a continued flood of work to view every year until they just can't ignore us. And I really think some group should do a free-form assemblage at the next warmglass conference.... maybe from pieces made in workshops..... then submit it under a fictitious name. Maybe that would be accepted. :twisted:

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Postby Pat Watkins » Tue Jan 13, 2004 12:07 pm

I'm probably reversing the whole context on this page but Brock...Buster Simpson's work is magnificant. How wonderful to blend man made materials with landscape and remain conservationally correct. Whoa...

Not that conservationally is a word. I guess like the tum tablets into the contaminated water is how it reached your satirical intelligent twist ...
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Postby Brock » Tue Jan 13, 2004 7:34 pm

Pat Watkins wrote:I'm probably reversing the whole context on this page but Brock...Buster Simpson's work is magnificant. How wonderful to blend man made materials with landscape and remain conservationally correct. Whoa...

Not that conservationally is a word. I guess like the tum tablets into the contaminated water is how it reached your satirical intelligent twist ...


I do like that one, ant-acid tablets for acid lakes and rivers. it's perfect.


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