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Alice “art box” on display in Norlin east lobby

alice

Alice So much magic and so much fun. Why on earth would you want to leave? One of 26 whimsical and satirical 3-dimensional collages or “art boxes” by Jessica Taylor in Norlin east lobby. “Life is much too important to take seriously…” is the title of the exhibit by the CU-Boulder Grounds and Nursery staffer.

Cuckoo Clock Twins

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The twins originated from the Black Forest, but now reside in my head. They typically come out on rainy days. One of 26 whimsical and satirical 3-dimensional collages or “art boxes” by Jessica Taylor in Norlin east lobby. “Life is much too important to take seriously…” is the title of the exhibit by the CU-Boulder…

Monk, Rock Star?

Monk, Rock Star

Gunter wishes he had lived up to his full potential.  “If only I had learned to play guitar.” One of 26 whimsical and satirical 3-dimensional collages or “art boxes” by Jessica Taylor in Norlin east lobby. “Life is much too important to take seriously…” is the title of the exhibit by the CU-Boulder Grounds and…

Buddha Box

buddha box

How much is that Buddha in the window, the one with the waggily tail? I do hope that Buddha’s for sale One of 26 whimsical and satirical 3-dimensional collages or “art boxes” by Jessica Taylor in the Norlin east lobby. “Life is much too important to take seriously…” is the title of the exhibit by…

“Marilyn” Art Box on Display in East Lobby

Marilyn

Marilyn Silver Screen Beauty Suicide or Murder Happy Birthday Mr. President One of twenty-six three-dimensional collages or “art boxes” by CU-Boulder Grounds and Nursery staffer, Jessica Ambs Taylor, now on display in the CU-Boulder Norlin Library east lobby. Whimsical and satirical, each compendium of found objects in a found container tells a story. This exhibit,…

“Life is much too important to take seriously…”

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“Life is much too important to take seriously…” is the title of an art exhibit by Jessica Ambs Taylor, CU-Boulder Grounds and Nursery staffer. The twenty-six three-dimensional collages or “art boxes” are now on display in the CU-Boulder Norlin Library east lobby. Whimsical and satirical, each compendium of found objects in a found container tells…