Maria Robledo
Maria Robledo

Whenever I go my artist friends Holton Rower and  Maria Robledo‘s house, I see “everyday” things turned on their ear. Like this square bar of soap placed in a too-small bowl in such a way as to shift the usual view AND be a practical way to not have soap sit in water. It reminded me of a “soap dish” Holton made for his studio’s shop years ago: a block of wood with parallel saw cuts that allows the soap to drain.

…and that reminded me that EVERYTHING can be improvised upon…

…with whatever


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