Friday, July 22, 2011
mark your calendars
Margaret Kilgallen (1967-2001) will be on exhibit at Ratio 3 Gallery in San Francisco until August 5, 2011.
Margaret Kilgallen was an influential Bay Area artist. Her work was strongly informed by craftsmanship, folk art, signage and letterpress: works that revealed "evidence of the maker's hand."
her work totally inspires me...the folk art that takes my imagination to a different time.
Posted by brock street at 9:18 AM
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Oh, my goodness! This totally inspires me to turn to my crafty side! hmmmmm....thinking about scrapbooking right this very minute...
Margaret Kilgallen is one of my all-time favorite artists and it is a tragedy that she died so young. Lovely to see her name and work pop up here. :)
SO inspiring! I love her work too. I hope you get a chance to see the exhibit, darling dear!
P.S. Thank you for the saw stop link. Ron's going to check it out this weekend.
Love you, bro!
laura - craft away friend. gives me the same response.
uncle beefy - come on down. we can hit up dynamo donuts after the viewing.
dennice - going this week...i hope. will keep you posted.
I love the picture of all the different lips. It's cute how one of them is the same red color but as a paper air plane. Making lips into paper airplanes is ingenious.
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