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Worlds Mingle, Harmonize in Painter’s Works

Michael Haynes, St. Petersburg Times, Thursday, March 30, 1995 Painter Laura Cohn knows what it’s like to be caught between two worlds – and then to successfully come to terms with their differences, be infected by the beauty found in

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Journal Entry of an Artist Who Makes Batik Paintings

I want to write about how Indonesia, batik, painting, selling art, living a foreign solitary existence, so many elements of my life have fit together into a harmony right now that has allowed me to produce a body of work

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Bringing Human Ecology into a Living Balinese Reality

Laura Cohn ’88. The Peregrine, Newsletter of the College of the Atlantic Association, Fall, 1990 I am awakened by urban sounds of children playing, booming Indonesian pop music, televisions blaring, fighting cocks crowing, and the heat and brightness of the

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Bali Through the Eyes of a Human Ecologist

Laura Cohn ’88. The Peregrine, Newsletter of the College of the Atlantic Association, (date unknown) In the archipelago-country of Indonesia sits the province of Bali, a small volcanic island eight degrees south of the equator. To reach Bali, I fly

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