Arts and Culture

Karen Bozik's 100 Days Project: Day Eleven

Moving into the second week of her 100 Days Project, local artist Karen Bozik, whom we first visited with here last Monday, found herself running into mental and academic roadblocks. The aesthetics are there, she acknowledges, but in terms of a complete package, she's unwilling to speed through the research just to have a finished product at the end of each day:
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