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Urban Contrasts by Robert Bushy

Jan Hillenmeyer | February 1, 2012 | 10:11 AM
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His work has appeared in a range of publications and his devotion to advanced education has taken him around the world as educator, platform artist and collaborator.
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For the “Urban Contrasts” collection, Bushy was inspired by the Dadaism art movement of the early 1900s where rules were broken, form was deconstructed and everything was slightly “off kilter.”
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Photography: Tom McInvaille. Make-up: Neda Stevic. Photo styling: Susan Otterson and Kaoru Izushi
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Robert Bushy, artistic director emeritus for Salon 2000 and ANIU Salon and Spa in Middleton (Madison) Wisconsin, is both a behind-the-chair and editorial stylist whose work has appeared in a range of publications and whose devotion to advanced education has taken him around the world as educator, platform artist and collaborator.

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