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Pale Ale a Jean Brandt and John Scully collaboration

Pale Ale

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House Keys: Words by Terry Durst and sound by Jean Brandt recorded live at Cleveland Public Theater November 17, 1991

Performed pursuant to a poetry reading organized by Valerie Marek and James Welch as part of their collaborative events called Slow HoUsE™. This was recorded through a Sanyo cassette recorder in that room (11/17/1991) and converted to a digital file … Continue reading

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Tuesdays were Coldest this Winter words and music by Jean Brandt ©2013

Tuesdays were Coldest this Winter

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Trilobytes and a Mummy – Terry Durst spoke word the You Can’t Argue with Reason Sample

Trilobytes and a Mummy (You Can’t Argue with Reason) sample

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House Keys (sample) words by Terry Durst music by Jean Brandt

A sample of a 9 minute 30 second piece entitled House Keys. Words by Terry Durst guitar by jean Brandt recorded at Jean Brandt’s studio November 1991. House Keys sample

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Phoebe Marie Nelson ArtWork For Sale

The Long-Ease: Post-Cancer works by Phoebe Marie Nelson These are the pieces that remain for sale from her current exhibit at Brandt Gallery.

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The Long Ease: post cancer works – collage by Phoebe Marie Nelson. April 2014

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Work by Sarah Biscuso, March 14 – April 5, 2014

“I am coming back to painting after a decade-long hiatus. When I paint, I am interested in memory, emotion, and spontaneity. I approach the canvas without primary sketches or concrete plans in an attempt to record ideas from below the … Continue reading

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Peter Seward • Seen/Unseen, June 14, 6 – 10 p.m. opening and reception w/musical performance by Ryann Anderson

For the past five years, “Stealth Towers,” has been the subject of this inquiry, as real and imagined cell-phone towers are camouflaged as pine trees, church steeples, flag poles, barn silos, and totem poles. Depicted with traditional techniques, and with … Continue reading

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July 2011

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