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Vanishing Point at the End of the World by Denis Bell and Louise Freshman Brown

Manipulation and design layout: Elizabeth Stark
Art credit – Louise Freshman Brown; Manipulation and design layout: Elizabeth Stark

Denis Bell is a mathematics professor by day and a writer by night, at twilight he is a vampire. He was born in London, England some time ago and now makes his home in Jacksonville, Florida. His writing has appeared in many online and print magazines, though nothing he writes is ever finished. Most of his ramblings can be found on his website

The author.
The author.

Louise Freshman Brown is a mixed medium artist whose works have been featured in exhibitions in museums and galleries in the United States and Europe. Solo exhibits include Piirto Gallery, Helsinki, Finland; Everson Museum, Syracuse, NY; The Deland Museum of Art, FL; Monique Goldstrom Gallery, NYC. Group exhibitions include Galleria Retro & Arte, Venice, Italy; Advice Konsthall, Sollentuna, Sweden; Jane Haslem Gallery, Washington, DC; The William Whipple Art Gallery, MN; New York Academy of Art, NYC; Boca Raton Museum of Art, FL; Montgomery College, MD; Park Plaza Castle, Boston, MA; Childs Gallery, NYC.

Her works are in over 500 private and public collections including the Voorhees Museum, NJ; Queensborough Museum, NY; Montgomery Museum of Fine Art, AL; Rochester Memorial Art Gallery, NY; Montgomery College, MD; Syracuse University, NY; The Federal Reserve; The Cleveland Clinic; Vistakon; The Haskell Collection; City of Orlando; Pan Am; Orlando International Airport; and Southern Bell. She completed major commissions for Mayo Clinic, Merck and Co., Arvida Corp, and Shell Oil Co.

Freshman Brown received her B.F.A. and M.F.A. from Syracuse University. She is a Professor of Art at The University of North Florida, Jacksonville, FL.

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