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Madness

I began this paining after an immersion in the early work of Michel Foucault.

The image is intended to communicate the idea that Madness only exists within Reason, and can only be understood as Unreason. 277 more words

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Villa Finale Retreats to Fort Worth - Part 3

My last post ended with our staff leaving the Fort Worth Water Gardens on our way to the Amon Carter Museum of American Art on the third day of our staff retreat.  665 more words

Between the Reeds

Between the Reeds was painted on private commission – the painting is a portrait of two people as animals.

The animals of this painting exist in a space that is beyond identity – a vision of what will forever be unknowable, unverifiable, and silent in our everyday world. 114 more words

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Hirschl and Adler Modern: the contemporary wing of a gallery that spans several centuries and cultures

NEXT WEEK,  NEW YORK CITY BECOMES ALIVE WITH ART FAIR MANIA. THE PREVIEW OF THE AMERICAN ART DEALER’S ASSOCIATION (ADAA) ART SHOW AT THE PARK AVENUE ARMORY TAKES PLACE ON TUESDAY, MARCH 2nd AND THE FAIR CONTINUES FROM MARCH 3rd-8th. 1,239 more words

Have a great Oscars night!

“New York Movie” is an oil on canvas by American artist Edward Hopper. This oil on canvas is part of the Museum of Modern Art collection. 26 more words

Hirschl and Adler's Eric Baumgartner on the American art market

OVER THE PAST DECADE, AMERICAN ART HAS COMMANDED OVER 100 WORLD RECORDS AT AUCTION. AT THE SOTHEBY’S SALE OF AMERICAN ART LAST NOVEMBER,  GEORGIA O’KEEFFE’S EXQUISITE… 1,038 more words

The Tipi: The Connection to the Physical and Spiritual

Last year I wrote an article about “Tipi Etiquette” and wanted to further explain how the Tipi was (and still is) considered the connection to the world around us. 491 more words

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