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Number 26

August - October 1999

Readers Recommend

PORTFOLIO: Set up a web site as an online portfolio; have the URL printed on your business card. The potential of this technology is only limited by your imagination. The last three shows I had were all due in part to my being able to instantly send someone to my cyber studio. -Mike Kendall, Benicia CA

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Some recent accomplishments by sN readers: Rene di Rosa's book, Local Color, was published by Chronicle Books. A photograph by Beth Yarnelle Edwards was used as an illustration for a John Updike story in The New Yorker, May 17. Another photo was published in the July issue of Harpers Magazine. Inez Storer and Heather Wilcoxon each won Pollock-Krasner Foundation grants in painting. David Tomb had yet another drawing published in The New Yorker (May 24th). Frédéric Madre won 1st prize in the International Trash-Art Festival and has been invited to Moscow for participation in the international symposium, NewMediaLogia2.

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