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... snow. As most of you know, I AM NOT MADE FOR THE SNOW. I have been lucky enough not to have much here, even though it snowed today. But in Wroclaw, it has been that pretty snow that falls very quietly and never really sticks to the ground. In Falun, there is lots of snow, I MEAN LOTS, similar to Lake Tahoe during a heavy snow winter. And there will only be a few hours of sunshine. I am seriously forgetting what sunshine is like. Thank god my ...
... the pavement and a heap of little dwarves which are all over the city- you don't need to look for them you just come across them. The town hall is a huge beautiful building that looks like a giant cuckoo clock and all the surrounding buildings are all so colourful and pretty! I defiantly recommend a stop in wroclaw but one is ...
... the top. This is how I got the affect of more of a 3d look, because I did not line up both layers perfectly when printing the second layer. Next week in this class we are printing on ceramics. I am really excited to make myself my own set of dishes with a design on it. I will probably make 4 plates and 4 cups. It is a process where you use screen-printing on a special type of paper. Using chemicals (I am not sure which ones yet) you can remove the image onto any type of ...
... so so far from home. It makes it more of a reality of how far i am. Professor Lyons also is running SGCI in Knoxville this year (international print convention i went to in SF this last year) and suggested I write something for the newsletter about my experience here when I am done. Pretty cool, and a great connection. He liked me a lot because I spoke up during our critiques. People here aren't used to critiquing in large groups, its more one on one critique. So out of character ...
... Mike saw himself as part od a rich dinesty-then, the tour guide apologized for spelling his name without the "t". Regardless, I still like Mike! Our guide was a very knowledgable historian about the many changing borders of Poland and how they effected Wroclaw. At one point he sat us down and drew a map to make things clearer. For two hundred years Wroclaw was taken by Germany and the Germans resided there, then the ...