Ms. Osgood began creating art in early childhood — primarily frog-people on adding machine tape, any unattended paper, and with great bliss, the large white wall in hallway. Upon this last discovery, her mother introduced her to soap and water in a bucket, which became an early introduction to re-useable surfaces and ephemeral art. No one has ever confirmed whether this is connected to her mother’s subsequent use of textured wall paper. Family members still hesitate to leave her unsupervised near white walls while in possession of crayons…or paint… or colorful food.
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