Terrain Gallery's October show features collaborative art from Carl Richardson and Mardis Nenno

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Printmaking and ceramics unite at the Terrain Gallery.

Throughout art’s history, artists have generally worked alone. The perception of artists as loners was embodied by such people as Ellsworth Kelly, Georgia O’Keefe, Joseph Cornell, Yayoi Kusama and Vincent Van Gogh.

I can relate to the stereotype.

Fifty years ago or so, we got simple paper report cards. I’d get plus signs for “takes initiative” and “creative,” and minus signs for “plays well with others,” which still makes me smile. I know

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