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Can there be any doubt that remarkable work and extraordinary people are frequently never discovered by the popular media, or even by their peers? This has always been true, but is it even more true today? With the information overload, who has the time or inclination to look for inspiring things not already being pushed at us or popping up at the top of a Google search? And is there the unconscious attitude that if I.m not finding it easily it.s not worth looking for, anyway? What hidden surprises, revelations and gifts exist out there that will remain unknown? And what are the implications of that? Such thoughts are stimulated by the content of our new issue.

 

Issue# 23               November 2011

Evidence

Table of Contents

Editor's Introduction

Conversation: Paul Reynard
Beyond Beauty

Conversation: Jane Rosen
On Paul Reynard

Portfolio: Brian English

Art of Living: Taya Doro
The Hidden Way of Things

Notes of the Art of Paul Reynard

Portfolio: David Middlebrook

Conversation: John Mason
The Necessary Depth

Guide part 8
Enrique Martinez Celaya

Infinite Vision
The Story of Aravind and Dr. V

Sight/Cite
Robert Reiter/Lightroom

Art/Environment
Robin Rome

Indigo Animal
Rue Harrison

 
 
 
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