Somerset Studio Mar/Apr 2007

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The March/ April 2007 issue of Somerset Studio honors female authors who forged the path before, carving out a place for women to write, paint, create, and become inspired. Louisa May Alcott’s novel Little Women inspires Terry Greenman’s altered book project, Zelda Fitzgerald is the muse of Michelle Ward’s art journal, and the artwork of Amy Bradford seeks to immortalize female authors within the pages of her mix-media pieces. Then, we see where all this inspiration leads with Keri Smith, who is featured in this issue’s artist portfolio. Her vibrant artwork is full of color and life, and shows the all of the possibilities created by the artists of the past.


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The March/ April 2007 issue of Somerset Studio honors female authors who forged the path before, carving out a place for women to write, paint, create, and become inspired. Louisa May Alcott’s novel Little Women inspires Terry Greenman’s altered book project, Zelda Fitzgerald is the muse of Michelle Ward’s art journal, and the artwork of Amy Bradford seeks to immortalize female authors within the pages of her mix-media pieces. Then, we see where all this inspiration leads with Keri Smith, who is featured in this issue’s artist portfolio. Her vibrant artwork is full of color and life, and shows the all of the possibilities created by the artists of the past.


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