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Where Women Create - Winter 2011

Where Women Create - Winter 2011
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Winter 2011

Where Women Create - Winter 2011 Through stunning photography and inspirational stories, we invite you into the creative spaces of the most extraordinary women of our time. In this issue you will see creative spaces of Jane Schouten from Amsterdam - a graphic designer, artist - All the Luck in the World website, crafter and mother; Robin Pearl Brown from Magnolia Pearl; Robin Richman and her boutique in Chicago; Beth Harlow, owner of the Painted Lady stores in Chicago; Anne Cook - artist, collector and bricoleur; Christine Alvarado - artist and doll maker from Oregon; Alisa Burke - painter and mixed-media artist; Debbie Egizio - artist, designer, and dreamer; Diana Card - painter from New Jersey; Mary Emmerling from Emmerling Vintage in Santa Fe; and much more! Where Women Create - Winter 2011

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