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Posted by Elizabeth Gregory-Gruen on 12/22/09
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Interview with Daniel Alonso From AWANTEDMAG.COM

From AWANTEDMAG.COM interview with Daniel Alonso Artist Profile: Elizabeth Gregory Gruen 1.  Who or what were your earliest artistic influences? My Mother and Grandmother raised me – both are painters.They were my first introduction into visual thinking. The environment was ripe for experimentation and visual adventures that sparked my curiosity. With full encouragement my perception of space and proportion began at this time. Through careful critique, ideas were exchanged and a visual... [more]
Posted by Elizabeth Gregory-Gruen on 2/16/10
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Malcolm Mc Neill & William S. Burroughs -The lost art of Apook Is Here-

I had no idea when I came to see what I thought were the illustrations to Ah Pook Is Here that it would be such an astonishing an convincing display of an alternate universe. I can't think of anything in the graphic arts that equals its scope and ferocious beauty. ted Morgan:   Literary Outlaw: The Life and Times of William S. Burroughs [more]
Posted by Elizabeth Gregory-Gruen on 12/6/08
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Malcolm Mc Neill & William S. Burroughs -The lost art of Apook Is Here-

"I had no idea when I came to see what I thought were the illustrations to Ah Pook Is Here that it would be such an astonishing an convincing display of an alternate universe. I can't think of anything in the graphic arts that equals its scope and ferocious beauty." Ted Morgan: [more]
Posted by Elizabeth Gregory-Gruen on 12/6/08
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Malcolm Mc Neill & William S. Burroughs -The lost art of Ah Pook Is Here-

"I had no idea when I came to see what I thought were the illustrations to that it would be such an astonishing an convincing display of an alternate universe. I can't think of anything in the graphic arts that equals its scope and ferocious beauty." Ted Morgan, author: Literary Outlaw: The Life and Times of William S. Burroughs [more]
Posted by Elizabeth Gregory-Gruen on 12/6/08
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