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Pictured on left: unfinished soapstone carving of a left-handed version of Rodin’s “The Thinker”, abandoned in my high school art studio and adopted by me to become a favorite paperweight, seen here helping to put pressure on the paper towel absorbing the water I used to clean the spot on the jute rug that the rabbits stubbornly mistake for a litterbox. Artist unknown.

Pictured on right: conglomerate-shaped Red Pontiac grown in container from a group of seed potatoes given to me by my friend Ellen, unearthed early in the fall in this exact configuration.

Art is everywhere.

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