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Mario Bursztein – Reveries in Form

By Jill Thayer, Ph.D., Contributing Writer for ARTPULSE Magazine, Miami, publisher; book essay for Argentine artist Mario Bursztein.

“My oeuvre is a fluid, technological brush-stroke, a studied structure, a virtual geometry tinged by movement. 974 more words

Jill Thayer Ph.D.

Knitting as Art, Part 1

“What is Art” is not something I want to get into today, but I’m sure you’ve noticed that some things are just not considered Art, and that there is a hierarchy in the art world of what types of art are more important. 528 more words

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raw travel: airing today!

i might be in this one.

all i remember was that it happened in a flash.

and under pouring rain…

click robert below, standing on the train, find out where you can watch it in your area….happening NOW! 7 more words


Inspiration Monday: James & Tommy

Recently Tommy Kane showed me this incredible video of a flip-through tour through James Jean‘s latest sketchbook.

It’s awesome but what it inspired Tommy to do is greater still:  a tour of his sketchbook from this past summer. 42 more words

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Meeting Lennart Anderson

Immediately after meeting Lennart Anderson I knew I wanted to write about the experience. This post was intended to have been finished and published some time ago, but unfortunately life got in the way. 1,621 more words

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Robb Nash

Today was a very interesting day for the students of Sudbury Secondary School, myself (Alyssa Lashbrook), included. During our first period class, everyone was brought into the auditorium for a presentation which most students probably thought it was  going to be something that most of us have already seen many times in our high school careers. 334 more words

Bryan Beach