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Entrepreneur's Best Advice for Super Productivity http://entm.ag/6h3 #timemanagement #freelancing  

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When making #NewYearsResolutions for 2017, remember...a goal without a plan is just a wish! #newyearnewyou
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Catching those beautiful moments when they happen is all that matters. #mindfulness #love
The holidays were glorious: family, food, presents, snow fun with my oldest, and Roxy, in her element. #happiness #colorado #christmas2016  
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It's my #xmas gift to you! #MerryChristmas #smallbiz  

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Busy busy busy wrapping up work for the month, and year, so I'm re-posting my latest article on why color--and great visual design--matters in #webdesign http://bit.ly/2eer6zp #smallbusiness #ROI

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Masterful!
A member of the first generation of Abstract Expressionists, Richard Pousette-Dart was an innovator, a vegetarian who didn’t drink or smoke, and one of the few artists associated with this group not to have developed a signature style. In contrast to his more earthbound peers, Pousette-Dart pursued the spiritual without irony or doubt. One could say his impasto black-and-white paintings occupy the opposite end of the spectrum from Ad Reinhardt’s black paintings, but the two are deeply connected: Pousette-Dart and Reinhardt embody two radically different views of the boundless and infinity, one optimistic and the other pessimistic.
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In contrast to other Abstract Expressionists, most notably Robert Motherwell, Pousette-Dart saw prints as a beginning, a surface to work on. He goes over them with acrylic, gouache, graphite, and ink. Although he made many etchings, he seldom bothered to edition them. In fact, none of the 25 prints included in this exhibition seem to have been editioned. Nearly all of them date from 1979-80, with one earlier etching, “Galaxies of Being,” from 1974. One reason for this sustained outburst of creativity was that the master printmaker, Sylvia Roth, had a printmaking studio near the artist’s home and studio in Suffern, New York.

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Gorgeous!
After working 10 hours a day and 6 days a week for over three years, artist Manabu Ikeda just finished work on his 13' x 10' pen & ink drawing 'Rebirth' — one of the most staggeringly detailed drawings we've encountered on +Colossal.

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Colorful & unique collection!
In 1923, a flurry of colorful postcards heralded the first major Bauhaus school exhibition.

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To the point article on #seo trends in 2017. #InternetMarketing
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