The hauntingly artful September/October 2009 issue of Somerset Studio is certain to get you into the Halloween spirit. Janie D. Mattern’s Halloween collage is filled with spooky delight that is certain to raise the hairs on your back, and Dede Warren’s altered Halloween books linger in the past with frightful images. For those who can’t handle Halloween spooks, look for Danielle Hession’s vintage-themed paintings inspired by old photographs, Lisa Cooks soldering without glass technique, or the inventive metal embossing pieces created by Karen Cole. Awaken your creative spirit with this autumn-inspired issue of Somerset Studio.
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