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Some feel as though the paintings are not about the oceans at all, but are instead tapestries of our human condition. Ortner was born in on the coast near San Francisco. When he was five, his family moved to rural Alaska, where they lived in a remote log cabin.
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But the Kalamazoo artist isn't the only artist to cause controversy during the annual event in Grand Rapids. MLive Kalamazoo Gazette. Controversy happens at an exhibition in which venue owners and their representatives are free to pick and choose what art they wish to show.
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She talks, with affectionate mockery, about icons and totems and slogans, past and present. Spock and ''Beyond the Valley of the Dolls. Recently christened ''the Funny Girl of the avant-garde'' by People magazine, the year-old conjures up these spirits in her satirical skits for downtown clubs such as Area, Danceteria and the Pyramid. Her characters include Mrs.
Mariangela Fremura 'Anna' 20 x 16 Oil on canvas. Mariangela Fremura 'Edith' 14 x 11 Oil on canvas. Mariangela Fremura 'Fanny' 20 x 16 Oil on canvas.
Randy Steven Kraft born March 19, is an American serial killer known as the Scorecard Killerthe Southern California Strangler and the Freeway Killer  who murdered a minimum of 16 young men between andthe majority of which had been committed in California. Kraft is also believed to have committed the rape and murder of up to 51 other boys and young men. Kraft became known as the "Scorecard Killer", because upon his arrest investigators discovered a coded list containing cryptic references to his victims;  he is also sometimes referred to as the "Freeway Killer", because many of his victims' bodies were discovered beside or near freeways. The Kraft family lived modestly, and Kraft's mother undertook a succession of jobs to supplement her husband's salary.