A Workshop with Jeremy Lipking, pt. 3

by Matthew Innis |

On the brochure for the California Art Institute, prospective enrollees were given this piece of advice: “Before you enroll in any art school, compare the student work.”  It was sage counseling, and a tip that I stand fully behind.  Unfortunately, I did not have the luxury of knowing the work of Lipking’s students, but if…

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