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I feel as if I'm in the same room with Dick Kiusalas, in his interview with Meg Pier, as he talks about his process creating unconventional furniture. It was conceived while Celine and I were sleeping in a Matrimonial Mayan Hammock for a dollar a night in an open thatched hut on the southern Yucatan coast.

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But what struck me was the way they all seem to have fresh life in these pages, in the stories of their lives, even in the photographs, where some of the faces seem to be staring back at me a bit sadly, as if they wish they could be here too. In her diverse series of work, she uses a variety of materials, including found objects, and techniques, such as scrimshaw, to create innovative art: images of a surreal Eden, provocative seascapes painted on shells and gilded with gold leaf, Flying Dreams paintings based upon Mexican devotional paintings that give thanks for a blessing or miracle.

Perhaps this uncanny feeling has something to do with the fact that my busiest time for work on the magazine is in the spring, when green starts to appear, slowly, right outside my office window, culminating in a crowning glory of huge pink rhododendron blossoms, in full bloom even as I write. Vevers’s five Lover’s Eyes series, in which she reinvents artists' iconic visions of eyes throughout the ages, are especially impressive.

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