Monthly Archives: March 2011

Is being collected by billionaires what makes an artist great?

“Art is not democratic. It isn’t about the biggest market share. If that were true then Thomas Kinkade would be the greatest artist who ever lived.” Jerry Saltz This past week, while some projects are gestating, I’ve been examining different … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Spring

After experiencing the eighth snowiest season in this region since 1880, over 54 inches.  We are all ready for some warm weather.  What a welcome sight to see these little guys below, popping, some sweet, sunny color on to the scene.

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From Sheen to Tsunami

Should art reflect world incidents and accidents, or be refuge from life’s dramas and disasters?  With today’s communications networks, a catastrophe on the other side of the planet quickly becomes a tragedy for us all. This past week my daily … Continue reading

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Changing Scenery

February was a busy month for me. Flights to New York then Florida both invigorated and dissipated my creative force. The New York art scene is overwhelmingly vibrant, varied and sophisticated. Many see New York as our cultural capital. You … Continue reading

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