This is what I bought: A Kodak Duaflex III camera which was on the market from 1954 to 1957. Film size is 620 and retailed for $24.00. I bought it for $25. It looks great on our mantel.
The second thing on the agenda was visiting my friends friend (Rachel MacFarlane) who has been selected as the only Canadian to take part in the triangle arts association, a New York based non-profit arts organization. Rachel MacFarlane is a Toronto based artist.
Rachel MacFarlane uses tiny maquettes made of found refuse that serve as references for painted worlds that fall somewhere between mimetic representation and abstraction. Through a two-step process of translating and transforming, materials that are considered unattractive and unwanted become the basis for imaginary painted spaces. In the illusionary settings, materials transcend their original capacities, sometimes becoming weightless, anthropomorphic, and grandiose.
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