Emily Floyd

Author: Emily Floyd
ISBN: 9781921330339
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88 page,fully illustrated exhibition catalogue. Discusses work of Australian artist Emily Floyd in survey exhibition at Heide Museum of Modern Art with main essay by Sue Cramer, second essay by Amelia Barikin, artist biography.


Author: Sonia Payes
Publisher: Macmillan Education AU
ISBN: 9781876832285
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Emily Floyd lives and works in a converted warehouse on a backstreet in
Melbourne's inner north. Sharing the space with her partner, artist Eddie Parritt
and their young son Max, domestic life and art-making intermingle throughout the
two-level building. Artworks in various states of assemblage sit amongst
children's toys and the various accoutrements of everyday living; taxidermy bats
and birds hang amongst a collection of 1960s chandeliers. Piles of books tumble
across desks and ...

If In Doubt Believe

Author: Sherrilyn Polf
Publisher: Tate Publishing
ISBN: 161777376X
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Emily exclaimed. Dena nodded, seeing Floyd looked bewildered. “Why can't
Susan travel?” he asked. “Women travel all the time.” “She has had several
miscarriages already. Traveling isn't a good thing,” Dena said between bites. “It's
something about her being in a high risk situation. The doctor wants to keep her
close so he can monitor her. That's probably more information than you wanted to
know.” Floyd just grinned. “Oh, I need to go,” Emily said. “I'll have Dad call and
give you ...

The Tangled Web

Author: Lance Perticone
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 0595284531
Size: 68.77 MB
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“There was nothing else you could have done, Emily,” Floyd replied. “You know
these types usually keep trophies. We'll find out if there were others when we
search his house. And don't forget, you saved this kid.” “Is he all right?” “Sounds
like his jaw is broken pretty bad, but otherwise okay. I shudder to think what
would have happened to him if you hadn't gotten scent of that bastard. I don't
know how you do it, but thank God you have that talent.” “I just seem to have a
sense for them, ...

Maine Nursing Interviews And History On Caring And Competence

Author: Valerie Hart, Susan Henderson, Juliana L'Heureux & Ann Sossong,
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 1467135399
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Emily Floyd entered the Maine General School of Nursing in Portland in 1930.
One of nine children, her home was on a farm in Coburn, New Hampshire. Floyd
said that she always knew she did not want to be a teacher; she wanted to be a
nurse. The Depression did not have a major impact on her family. “We never had
a whole lot,” she said. She came to Maine General because a local physician
recommended the program. She did not recall the tuition, but as a student, she
was paid ...