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Kaitlin Wilson Botts

Associate Professor of Design - Visual Arts program - UNC School of the Arts

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Excited to be featured on Electronic Art House today. I put the link in my bio if you want to read about how music influences my work. - - - - - #fineartphotography #featured #color #electronicarthouse #bodyofwork #macro #cmyk #designer #lovely #pastel #featuredartist #magazine @feloni0us.junk ❤️ at Winston-Salem, North Carolina

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2018. Folding paper while talking. Impromptu collaboration with @the_mystic.ginger. . . . . . #gradient #pretty #pastel #foldedpaper #paper #sweet #abstractart #color #fineart #light #geometric

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2018. Continuing on, in sorrow. . . . . . #fineartphotography #macro #pastel #design #smallworld #cmyk #sweet #magenta #photograph #gradient #glitter

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Small things made in sorrow. 2018

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I realized after I picked this image for his obituary that I had probably taken it. Circa - sometime in grad school . Arthur L. “Butch” Wilson, 67, passed away with family around him on May 10, 2018. A retired professor and blues bassist, Butch and wife of 33 years, Barbara Bryant lived at Cedar Knoll Farm near Lexington, VA. Butch is survived by Barbara, his daughter Kaitlin and her husband Christopher Botts, of Winston Salem, N.C., his “favorite and only” granddaughter, Mia and his beloved hiking buddy Tally, the border collie. After graduating from the University of Virginia, Butch was an early member of the Charlottesville Blues Allstars band and he proudly recounted his opportunity to “sit in” with the legendary Muddy Waters at the Mineshaft. He was also a band member in the Killer Bs, Broken English, and Purple Valley (Ithaca, NY). Butch’s time as a student assistant in Alderman Library reinforced the passion for reading that his mother had instilled in him at an early age. His work with youth at the Charlottesville Boy’s Attention Home in the 1970s led to a distinguished academic career focusing on adult education. After receiving his MS at George Mason University and E.ED at the University of Georgia, he taught at Ball State University and North Carolina State University before joining the Department of Education at Cornell University where he served as Professor and Chair. He is author, coauthor or editor of 5 books, and he was the major advisor and mentor to numerous master and doctoral students. Butch had a wicked sense of humor, a keen eye for art, and a passion to improve the world. An afternoon of remembrance will be held at The Garden House at Cedar Knoll Farm at 2 PM on June 9th.

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5.10.2018 my dad passed away last night. It was unexpected and heart wrenching. He was the best dad I could have ever asked. He was a blues musician, a photographer, an intellectual, a poet, an academic- those don’t even begin to explain what a wonderful man he was. I am so sad for Mia, for my mom. He was way too young to be gone like this. He hated having his photograph taken, in most family pictures he would always find a way to flip the photographer the bird. Now, going through my photographs I took of him I noticed he never did that to me. I miss you more than anything dad. I’m so sorry this happened to you. I love you- - My parents loved art and photography. My dad did not want a service but if you’d like to send condolences or art or a card, my mom would smile. Message me for their address at Virginia

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