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DEBORAH KRUGER

Hi Sandra, You do not have to share the space with anyone! You will have the house and studio to yourself. I have done some encaustic work there but would recommend using your electric appliances sequentially when possible. I have never blown a fuse and the house is fairly new so that the wiring can handle load. Visit CAFE to see the application and the deadline is not until November 17th. Best, Deborah

Sandra Aska

Hi Deborah,
As I read the information, I wondered how many artists would be there at one time. Is there a kitchen? Can the studio handle several electrical appliances going at once? I am a painter but have started experimenting in encaustics and would be using a hotplate, heat gun, and iron.

Sincerely,
Sandra Aska

Kate Boyan

Hello Deborah, I was looking at CaFE and wanted to apply to the call for entry for your wonderful artist in residency program. It sounds like exactly what I need to energize my work. Is it possible to get the invitational pass code so I can apply? I've been a bead embroidery artist for nearly 40 years. I live in Alaska but have been selling my work in Santa Fe for many years. I'm hoping that you will take a look at my art and decide that I meet the criteria to apply. http://www.livingbeadwork.blogspot.com/
Thank you for your consideration. I'm so excited about the prospect of this residency! Best Regards, Kate Boyan

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