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Lisa Tuttle @ Art Digital Magazine


Lisa Tuttle's intuitive approach to grasping the very essence of the most culturally relevant, complex social discourse is absolutely uncanny. I met Tuttle a few years back and recognized right away, that she was no ordinary artist. Perhaps on the surface, one might mistake her as being just another cautiously reserved, old-school Southern belle. But just because she knows how to mind her manners, does not mean she is incapable of confronting head on the most explosive of slippery slopes. View more @ AD Mag.

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