April 15, 2013
Merriam-Webster defines curator as: one who has the care and superintendence of something; especially: one in charge of a museum, zoo, or other place of exhibit.
It’s not that I am completely lazy but I do appreciate a good curator–someone who will do the work of sifting, sorting and wading through stuff to find the best–to build a worthwhile collection, exhibit, an anthology. One of these carefully curated collections is actually in a blog that I check at least weekly; and I’m never disappointed. You will find it here: [WARNING--do not click through to this site unless you have a good chunk of undisturbed time to enjoy it.] www.thejealouscurator.com
A recent post to The Jealous Curator about a new book called Sign Painters struck a chord and I knew I wanted to share it here. But then it hit me–why not give credit where credit is due and just tell more people about The Jealous Curator herself and let her tell them about this fascinating work. So here:
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