maybe thinking about climate. look from about two feet from screen.
Some recent thoughts. The focus on the artist and the work is unbalanced. Thee should be much more attention, especially in teaching, on the expanding experience of the viewer. The work of art is purposed as an encouragement to greater depth of experience by the viewer. For poetry, the poem should be taught as "What … Continue reading Post 2026. Poetry and art.
https://www.bbc.com/ideas/videos/welcome-to-petra-a-little-bit-of-heaven-on-earth/p05zn715 The blend of architecture and greening. Then we have Writing early in the first century A.D., the Greek historian Strabo reported that while foreigners in Petra are “frequently engaged in litigation,” the locals “had never any dispute among themselves, and lived together in perfect harmony.” Dubious as that may sound, we do know that … Continue reading 1963. Petra.
Intersting puzzle. Commentary on today's identity politics. we have from Zizek’s Return To Plato As Materialist? A Woman Throwing a Stone, a lesser known painting by Picasso from his surrealist period in the 1920s, offers itself easily to a Platonist reading: the distorted fragments of a woman on a beach throwing a stone are, of course, a … Continue reading 1962. Picasso’s Woman throwing a stone.
summer 2016 Russian River 8x10 $100
At the house a few weeks ago, i was shocked to realize I had done over a hundred paintings.