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Thursday, April 3, 2014

Eye Candy rocks

Posted By on Thu, Apr 3, 2014 at 2:00 PM

click to enlarge Art meets Rock Candy in "Rock Candy" sculpture by Nider, which I happened to find on eBay.
  • Art meets Rock Candy in "Rock Candy" sculpture by Nider, which I happened to find on eBay.

This blog will be merged soon with Rock Candy, after we get all the presto-techno stuff worked out. That will further enlarge upon Rock Candy's cultural coverage, which long ago expanded beyond music to other art forms and cultural happenings. 

That means when you're looking for art news, you'll find it in a different spot on the home page. No longer will Eye Candy be table scraps at the space at the bottom of Eat Arkansas, too far down for folks to scroll, right? 

Stay tuned.
 

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