The sweetness of doing nothing
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The sweetness of doing nothing
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~Let’s chill in my Hippie Van~
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Stairway in South Korea
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Love bites, July 2014
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Lynn Skordal - after retiring from the practice of law several years ago he returned to an early love - art. 
“Usually I make small works on paper, and the humble art of collage is a favorite medium. 
I live and work in the Pacific Northwest, on an island in the middle of a lake, surrounded by a big city. 
Most of my pieces involve old-style scissors-and-paper collage, a humble but immensely satisfying medium. I like the process of combining seemingly unrelated images (old photos, magazine clippings, colored bits of paper, images found in old books or on the internet) into a different reality that might startle, amuse or provoke. 
Posted to Cross-Connect by Margaret 
cross-connect:

Lynn Skordal - after retiring from the practice of law several years ago he returned to an early love - art. 
“Usually I make small works on paper, and the humble art of collage is a favorite medium. 
I live and work in the Pacific Northwest, on an island in the middle of a lake, surrounded by a big city. 
Most of my pieces involve old-style scissors-and-paper collage, a humble but immensely satisfying medium. I like the process of combining seemingly unrelated images (old photos, magazine clippings, colored bits of paper, images found in old books or on the internet) into a different reality that might startle, amuse or provoke. 
Posted to Cross-Connect by Margaret 
cross-connect:

Lynn Skordal - after retiring from the practice of law several years ago he returned to an early love - art. 
“Usually I make small works on paper, and the humble art of collage is a favorite medium. 
I live and work in the Pacific Northwest, on an island in the middle of a lake, surrounded by a big city. 
Most of my pieces involve old-style scissors-and-paper collage, a humble but immensely satisfying medium. I like the process of combining seemingly unrelated images (old photos, magazine clippings, colored bits of paper, images found in old books or on the internet) into a different reality that might startle, amuse or provoke. 
Posted to Cross-Connect by Margaret 
cross-connect:

Lynn Skordal - after retiring from the practice of law several years ago he returned to an early love - art. 
“Usually I make small works on paper, and the humble art of collage is a favorite medium. 
I live and work in the Pacific Northwest, on an island in the middle of a lake, surrounded by a big city. 
Most of my pieces involve old-style scissors-and-paper collage, a humble but immensely satisfying medium. I like the process of combining seemingly unrelated images (old photos, magazine clippings, colored bits of paper, images found in old books or on the internet) into a different reality that might startle, amuse or provoke. 
Posted to Cross-Connect by Margaret 
cross-connect:

Lynn Skordal - after retiring from the practice of law several years ago he returned to an early love - art. 
“Usually I make small works on paper, and the humble art of collage is a favorite medium. 
I live and work in the Pacific Northwest, on an island in the middle of a lake, surrounded by a big city. 
Most of my pieces involve old-style scissors-and-paper collage, a humble but immensely satisfying medium. I like the process of combining seemingly unrelated images (old photos, magazine clippings, colored bits of paper, images found in old books or on the internet) into a different reality that might startle, amuse or provoke. 
Posted to Cross-Connect by Margaret 
cross-connect:

Lynn Skordal - after retiring from the practice of law several years ago he returned to an early love - art. 
“Usually I make small works on paper, and the humble art of collage is a favorite medium. 
I live and work in the Pacific Northwest, on an island in the middle of a lake, surrounded by a big city. 
Most of my pieces involve old-style scissors-and-paper collage, a humble but immensely satisfying medium. I like the process of combining seemingly unrelated images (old photos, magazine clippings, colored bits of paper, images found in old books or on the internet) into a different reality that might startle, amuse or provoke. 
Posted to Cross-Connect by Margaret 
cross-connect:

Lynn Skordal - after retiring from the practice of law several years ago he returned to an early love - art. 
“Usually I make small works on paper, and the humble art of collage is a favorite medium. 
I live and work in the Pacific Northwest, on an island in the middle of a lake, surrounded by a big city. 
Most of my pieces involve old-style scissors-and-paper collage, a humble but immensely satisfying medium. I like the process of combining seemingly unrelated images (old photos, magazine clippings, colored bits of paper, images found in old books or on the internet) into a different reality that might startle, amuse or provoke. 
Posted to Cross-Connect by Margaret 
cross-connect:

Lynn Skordal - after retiring from the practice of law several years ago he returned to an early love - art. 
“Usually I make small works on paper, and the humble art of collage is a favorite medium. 
I live and work in the Pacific Northwest, on an island in the middle of a lake, surrounded by a big city. 
Most of my pieces involve old-style scissors-and-paper collage, a humble but immensely satisfying medium. I like the process of combining seemingly unrelated images (old photos, magazine clippings, colored bits of paper, images found in old books or on the internet) into a different reality that might startle, amuse or provoke. 
Posted to Cross-Connect by Margaret 
cross-connect:

Lynn Skordal - after retiring from the practice of law several years ago he returned to an early love - art. 
“Usually I make small works on paper, and the humble art of collage is a favorite medium. 
I live and work in the Pacific Northwest, on an island in the middle of a lake, surrounded by a big city. 
Most of my pieces involve old-style scissors-and-paper collage, a humble but immensely satisfying medium. I like the process of combining seemingly unrelated images (old photos, magazine clippings, colored bits of paper, images found in old books or on the internet) into a different reality that might startle, amuse or provoke. 
Posted to Cross-Connect by Margaret 
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Lana in New York


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