Friday, May 25, 2007

"Secrets Of Rusty Things"
by Michael de Meng
Take an amazing journey with artist Michael deMeng as he walks you through his world of transformations. He turns the common into the sacred. His assemblages are metaphors for the evolutions of existence: from life to death to rebirth, from constructioin to destruction to reconstruction, an examination of a world in perpetual flux, where meaning and function are everchanging. His work can be seen in galleries across the country, and he teaches his process in workshops worldwide.
His book is available at Mystic Paper now and he will be here in August to do a book signing with us. We'll let you know more about that as the date gets closer. You can learn more about
Michael deMeng on his blog as well.
Jennifer and I have decided that we both deserve a day off, and since Ellen went to Disneyland (that's right, Disneyland on Memorial Day Weekend) Mystic Paper will be closed on Monday.
And, in case any of you think that I have suddenly turned into a wonderful writer with my description of Michael de Meng's book, think again, it's copied directly out of his book!

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