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Dogs Are Forever

5-7 pm, Apr 12, 2013 | free

Inspiration comes in bits and pieces to Clovis, Calif.-based artist Nancy Youdelman.

Her mixed-media work is laden with carefully selected found objects—items like buttons, twigs and a collection of 300 vintage photographs Youdelman purchased on eBay—the pieces of which hold stories and secrets of their own.

“Ever since I was in high school, I collected Victorian stuff,” Youdelman, who sees the artifacts as “a connection to the past,” tells SFR. “There’s something about old lace and photographs that is exciting and just stuck with me.”

“Expect to be surprised,” she advances. “I hope people will find something unexpected; hopefully, they’ll look at it and go away thinking about it and feel somehow uplifted.”

Where: Eight Modern
Phone: 505-995-0231
231 Delgado St.
Santa Fe, NM


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