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Re: GATW arrived

  • Subject: Re: GATW arrived
  • From: Larry Cottingham lcottingham@COX.NET
  • Date: Thu, 28 Jul 2005 12:40:18 -0500

What is the GATW?
Caroline

----- Original Message -----
From: <hedgehug@AOL.COM>
To: <IGSROBIN@MAELSTROM.STJOHNS.EDU>
Sent: Wednesday, July 27, 2005 7:53 PM
Subject: Re: GATW arrived


> Gwen,
>
> Thanks!  Did you enjoy the article about P. punctatum?  I thought the
> photos by Donn Reiners were just stunning, particularly the one with it
> in flower.  It looked like a halo of flowers with that black
> background!
>
> Do you think the little map of where the plant is from was useful?  I'm
> not sure if we should continue to put them in ...
>
> I first saw the paperclay pins shaped like geranium leaves at the Los
> Angeles show and sale, and the person wearing it was Andrea, who wrote
> the article for GATW.  The detail you get out of the paperclay is just
> amazing.  Has anyone in your group worked with it?
>
> Cindi





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