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Letters Like You've Never Seen Before
Northern-Southern Gallery goes graphically abecedarian
DAILY Arts  June 26, 2014, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...I don't know if Jeila Gueramian's wall-hanging, a latch-hooked(?) rug depicting a classic covered-bridge scene with its bucolic mediocrity denied by the word HARDCORE in large sans-serifs that are part of the bottom half of the rug itself … I don't know if that would tickle Cotter as much as it might tickle others, but I reckon he'd at least crack a smile. And Kathie Sever's beautiful typographical patchwork-on-joined-denim, I Dreamed That My Soul Rose Unexpectedly, well, that's the kind of thing makes a person add another wall onto their art-filled house so they'll have enough space to display it..."

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