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Dear Liza

LOS ANGELES — "My neighbors have no idea what I do all day," says artist Liza Lou, looking out from atop a church tower where she lives and works in a tiny farm town in Ventura County, about 60 miles north of Los Angeles. Lou, a lithe pixie with...

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But back at her studio, the New York show is still about 20,000 beads away. As Lou rushes to put the final touches on a series of wood grain panels that will make the trip, inevitably a handful of beads slips away, creating a spray of color across the concrete floor.

"Oh well," she sighs, "at least it’s a glorious mess."

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