By Corrine Bayraktaroglu
I wish I knew about this! Which records did you use?? :D
The two skull records in the blog post :)
Neato! Great work. I still have vinyl (but we still play it, too!)
Congrats! Are you going to go?
Just discovered how you hang them! Too cool being in the exhibit.
You make the coolest shit.I mean that as the deepest of compliments.Coming from a woman who is having arse surgery, that's profound.What a great idea! Records!xoxoMadge
thanks sarahlana, I have an old record player and still play records, I love that old scratchy sound.thorngren, I wish I could go to the reception.Neat way to hang jan, saves on hooks and wires.Yikes about the surgery Margot, will keep your arse in my thoughts, no, wait, that didn't come out right. okay, speedy recovery on the surgery, ahem!
Hi, Corrinne - thanks for dropping by my blog. I have been treading blog water for a while, due to other nocturnal activities, such as:focusing on the US economy, studying Jewish feasts and bible texts, entering art competitions, finishing another NASA painting and general non blog things. How is life in your neck of the woods? Is all going well in your art world?I will blog again soon - cya around.
David, lovely see you around. Sounds like you have been doing some interesting things, and have similar concerns re: economy. Look forward to seeing snippets of that on your blog when the time is right.
I'm excited about this show, along with 12 Inch and Vinyl Killers. The use of vinyl as canvas is spreading!Peace.
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