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At 9:12am on June 20, 2013, Dick Allowatt said…

Thanks so much Todd! I look forward to being more active here on the site and getting to know everyone's work and exchanging ideas and feedback. Appreciate the kind words.

At 2:48pm on March 22, 2013, W. David Powell said…

thanks to your Blog!

At 12:51pm on March 14, 2013, Kathie Vezzani said…

No digital imaging. These pieces are very hard to photograph. There are three layers that you "see" as you look at the piece. I used paper, a transparency of the girl and a piece of mica.

At 11:06pm on March 13, 2013, Kathie Vezzani said…

I do, Todd,  if you click on the photo you will see the title for each. 

At 9:15pm on November 17, 2012, Lindsay Smith said…

Todd, I'm very inspired by your work which I've now had some time to explore...the relationship with nature, and the commitment to collage and assemblage (which is nature itself) and also the ultimate recycler..something you recognized as your calling early in your career. You've given me inspiration, and confidence.  LS

At 9:57am on October 28, 2012, Lindsay Smith said…

http://www.beatricewood.com/gift_shop/book_i_shock_myself.html

See if this comes through.  If not, put I Shock Myself in a search engine...you'll also find lots of images.  LS

At 10:57pm on October 27, 2012, Lindsay Smith said…

Love the reference to Duchamp...In my former life edited the autobio of ceramicist Beatrice Wood, I Shock Myself.  She was one of his lovers, and her work was  influenced by him...in fact, she had a piece at the 1912 NY Armory Show (which is getting some recent attention).  Duchamp was the first to bring pure function into the definition of art... LS

At 8:54pm on October 27, 2012, Lindsay Smith said…

Thanks Todd.  Yes, modularity is a form of collage.  Thanks for seeing that!  LS

At 6:17pm on September 17, 2012, Stephen Mead said…

Thank you for going above and beyond as a curator, artist and teacher, not only going through the rigors of the selection process, but then putting together a book of "Strange Glue", and even a virtual exhibition of those who didn't make the physical space, http://thompsongallery.blog.com/image-gallery-strange-glue-virtual-exhibition-3/
Your energy must be boundless!

At 5:00am on July 14, 2012, ken coleman said…

Great! I'm looking forward to it.

At 2:36pm on July 13, 2012, Bibbiana Tanina Mele said…

Thanks Todd, nice to meet you too! I'm building my profile. Yor profile is very interesting.

At 10:57am on July 12, 2012, ken coleman said…

Hi Todd,

Speaking of the best stuff on this site, are you going to document Strange Glue?

Catalog/book, maybe?  A lot of work but could be stunning.

Regards,

Ken

At 9:58am on July 12, 2012, mike bennion said…

Just discovered this site, nice to see fellow travelers. I think your stuff is the best thing on here!

At 12:49pm on June 21, 2012, Josie Beszant said…

Thanks so much Todd - it's mutual appreciation - I love your work!

Yes I'm very much drawn to anything pre 1940 really it's the colours, textures and smells of the materials - I particularly love the memories and emotions they might hold. I pick up stuff that has been discarded and hope to work it back in to say something about the emotions all of us experience and how we experience memory.

At 1:55pm on May 31, 2012, katerina papazissi said…

Thank you!

Will be back next week to upload stuff and have a more careful look. your work looks very interesting as well!

At 5:15pm on March 6, 2012, Lili Francuz said…

Hi Todd--thanks for your kind comment.  The combination of history, landscape and materials you put together is worthy of many viewings.    Lili

At 7:21am on January 20, 2012, Gwenn Mayers said…

Thanks, Todd. Love your work, especially intrigued by your materials, e.g. moose hair.

WIll post photo of my work when I can figure out the mechanics.

Gwenn

At 12:37pm on January 17, 2012, Cory Peeke said…

Hi Todd, I wish I could say there was a guiding principle but right now I really relish the little things, the opportunities and connections that present themselves when I sifting through all my detritus looking for that right piece. The spontaneity is the thing for me lately...maybe that is a guiding principle?

How about you?

At 2:37am on January 11, 2012, Cordula Kagemann said…

Thank you Todd for your kind message! I love your artwork!

At 1:45pm on January 8, 2012, Cory Peeke said…

Thanks, Todd. I'm very intrigued by your work. Thanks for the add.

-cory

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