I love public art! Especially those pieces that catch us off-guard, delight us, or make us think. These public sculptures–in thoroughfares, in forests or along garden paths, some even carved right into the trees and rocks, employing living scenery–do just … Continue reading
I drew a lot of things when I was a young man. Mosquitos. Criticism. But women? Not so much. Dude, if I’d realized it was this easy, I’d have paid way more attention in art class!
Many artists work in pencil, and they tend to prefer softer leads like a #1 or a #2. Architects, on the other hand, prefer harder leads like a #3 or a #4. Hmm. So, I decided to experiment with harder … Continue reading
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He’s had the longest career of any artist in history, and at a considerably advanced age is still crafting new works. He creates in every medium–sculpture, engraving, painting, even performance art–and the scale of his work runs from the…
Beauty abides in common things If only we choose to see it And grace will turn our limbs to wings If only we choose to free it ℘ “Often when we blame our artists for painting ugly things, they are but striving to … Continue reading
I feel a sense of connection to great artists when I view their work. I feel an even deeper sense of connection to the ultimate Artist when I view His work. Creation doesn’t limit or “contain” God. But it does manifest his … Continue reading
I’m a big fan of street art. Some pieces make a statement by cleverly, stubbornly, or ironically adapting themselves to the space they’re allotted. Which is the way most of us live our lives, come to think of it.