WORKBOOK: ARTISTS KNOW THAT THE WAY TO SOLVE A PROBLEM IS TO BEGIN
       
     
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 NEXT WORKBOOK:   ARTISTS KNOW THAT THE ONLY CONSTANT IS CHANGE
       
     
WORKBOOK: ARTISTS KNOW THAT THE WAY TO SOLVE A PROBLEM IS TO BEGIN
       
     
WORKBOOK: ARTISTS KNOW THAT THE WAY TO SOLVE A PROBLEM IS TO BEGIN
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  We take a simple shape... a square, a line, a circle or triangle, and fold it, or cut it, or shrink it and repeat it, or enlarge it and make it monolithic.
       
     

We take a simple shape... a square, a line, a circle or triangle, and fold it, or cut it, or shrink it and repeat it, or enlarge it and make it monolithic.

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 NEXT WORKBOOK:   ARTISTS KNOW THAT THE ONLY CONSTANT IS CHANGE