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Pierrette Emmenthaler

Pierette Emmenthaler sculpts forms out of Swiss Cheese. She has to work with existing negative spaces, the hole. Submitted at Mobius Artrages party by Sue Dosick, on Saturday, November 21, 1998

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Michelangelo

Artist: Michelangelo Work: Lotsa stuff that would have been a LOT more interesting if the Papal censors had not interfered! The Beret: At least it was easier to carve out of marble than…well, you know. Submitted at Mobius Artrages party by Carol Gebert on Saturday, November 21, 1998  

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Barette

Submitted at Mobius Artrages party by Susan Garfield on Saturday, November 21, 1998

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Tommy Goggy “Tubsy”

Tom Goggy the Turtle has traded in his shell for a Beret. Why? Because it’s lighter, softer, changible – and because we can keep up with rabbits. Tommy’s work is to travel the world in different artists’ berets and see things through their perspective. Then to tell other turtles about the strange world of those […]

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Kasathamen

Submitted at Mobius Artrages party by Scott on Saturday, November 21, 1998

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Kyre

Submitted at Mobius Artrages party by Sandy on Saturday, November 21, 1998

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Beret-Zilla

Submitted at Mobius Artrages party by Alex Viksnins on Saturday, November 21, 1998

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Antonia Matteau

Antonia Matteau, a cat fiend who was working on her sequel to Camus’s “The Stranger” – called, appropriately enough, “Camus, The Stranger, Part Deux”. Submitted at Mobius Artrages party by Barbara Matteau on Saturday, November 21, 1998

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Aldon

Aldon is a quiet soul whose artwork is outrageous living. This is a beret. Only to be worn when it rains purple in France on the coldest day in Sweden. Beret…Hoorah…Lay…Okay…Foreplay..Today… Submitted at Mobius Artrages party by Annie on Saturday, November 21, 1998

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Francois

Francois is French. He was on a plane traveling high in the sky above Japan during the Lonid meteor shower. A small particle of comet crashed through the ventilation system and hit him in the head. His skull began immediately to shower and spray colors. Kids liked it. Francois could no longer speak, but now […]

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