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Day Eighty-eight: I think it's time for home!

Oh my goodness. Shared bunks with snorers is really taking a toll on my sleep schedule. It became a lazy morning after more tossing and turning. 519 more words

Project: Aspire

Nine Artists.

In this series of short artist reviews, I will look at the artists who have had an effect on my personal experiences, and explain why their work inspires me, where it has influenced me, and how it continues to have an effect on my creativity. 2,435 more words


You can make Homemade Christmas Cards with Classic Art

A couple of years ago I was having trouble finding the kind of Christmas cards that I wanted in the stores.  I was looking for a Biblical scene and Bible verse, and wanted some extraordinary art.  776 more words


"If Paintings Could Text" Blog Makes Art Relatable Again by Brett Myers

Hard drinkers and art theorists alike, rejoice! The popular Tumblr blog, If Paintings Could Text, has combined both of your favorite activities to reveal extra layers within classical artwork. 447 more words

The Arts

Dying Gaul

Dying Gaul, circa 1st or 2nd century AD

First and foremost, it should be said that this is not at all the original, which really is kind of heart breaking. 332 more words

Bronze Sculpture

Your Invitation: 2014 Fall Open Studios

The Guiton St. Artists 2014 Fall Open Studios and Sale is October 25, from 2:00 to 8:00 pm.

Lilibeth Andre

Caroline Ratliff

Bruce Williamson

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Weekend at the Art Institute

This past weekend I visited the Art Institute. It’s one of my favorite places in the city, and a place that I don’t go often enough, if I’m honest. 322 more words