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Kathe Kollowitz--one of my biggest influences. Saw her art @ Minneapolis Institute of art in high school and cried. Love.

Kathe Kollowitz--one of my biggest influences. Saw her art @ Minneapolis Institute of art in high school and cried. Love.

Eric Gill - I can't imagine what it must be for a person to be a male and feel like female, perhaps see himself in the mirror as something other than himself.

Eric Gill - I can't imagine what it must be for a person to be a male and feel like female, perhaps see himself in the mirror as something other than himself.

Apple Butter - CLARE LEIGHTON American, (1899-1989)Wood engraving, 1942, Boston Public Library 523, edition 50. 7 1/2 x 5 1/4 in. Signed, numbered and titled in pencil. Beautifully designed, this print is from the series "Southern Harvest" which was published in book form in 1942 by the Macmillan Co, New York.

Apple Butter - CLARE LEIGHTON American, (1899-1989)Wood engraving, 1942, Boston Public Library 523, edition 50. 7 1/2 x 5 1/4 in. Signed, numbered and titled in pencil. Beautifully designed, this print is from the series "Southern Harvest" which was published in book form in 1942 by the Macmillan Co, New York.

The Good Shepherd - wood engraving 1926 - Eric Gill (1882-1940, U.K.)

The Good Shepherd - wood engraving 1926 - Eric Gill (1882-1940, U.K.)

Artist and the Mirror (1932) Eric Gill

Artist and the Mirror (1932) Eric Gill

Watching University Challenge by Anita Klein

Watching University Challenge by Anita Klein

I come from the Catholic side of Protestantism. I am not sure I can make clear what it means to say 'I come from the Catholic side of Protestantism', but at the very best it means that I do not think Christianity began with the Reformation.--Stanley Hauerwas [Eric Gill, ‘The Carrying of the Cross’ 1926] (I consider myself to be traditional and orthodox... 'post-evangelical' with ecumenical leanings.)

I come from the Catholic side of Protestantism. I am not sure I can make clear what it means to say 'I come from the Catholic side of Protestantism', but at the very best it means that I do not think Christianity began with the Reformation.--Stanley Hauerwas [Eric Gill, ‘The Carrying of the Cross’ 1926] (I consider myself to be traditional and orthodox... 'post-evangelical' with ecumenical leanings.)

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