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Image Clayton Spada to Mark Johnstone
by Clayton Spada published Jan 01, 1985 last modified Sep 14, 2012 11:55 AM — filed under: ,
Dear Mark, I would appreciate it if you could find some time to get together with me. I have some work that I would like you to comment on, and I would also like to discuss the MFA in photography further. I think that I'm going to start on a part-time basis at Cal-State Fullerton, and see where it goes from there. I heard that you are getting involved in painting. I'd be very interested in seeing your work (painting AND photography), too. If you can spare some time, give me a call to set something up: [phone number redacted] on weekdays between 8am and 5pm, or leave a message at [phone number redacted]. Sincerely, Clayton Spada
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