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Writing Historical Fiction is like Treasure Hunting

“Sure, ‘historical’ is a great idea, but why fiction?” you ask. For me, it has to be because of the ghosts. You see, I want to tell history from then, but it’s now. 436 more words

Blog Post

“Light is one of the most beautiful, mystical…expressions of nature.  It is greater than any object it reveals.” Wynn Bullock

We are pleased to be able to share the story behind the history and process of Wynn Bullock’s “Color Light Abstractions”.   2,165 more words


JSP Week In Review ~ 3.26.17

I logged into my LinkedIn account yesterday and it told me it was John Madere’s birthday. (What would we do without social media that shouts this type of info at us all the time.) 315 more words

Visual Week In Review


In case you wondered where the follow-up to the Notes on Composition post is. It will come, eventually. I am still thinking about it – and maybe too much so. 572 more words

Art & Photography

Determination or Selfishness?

At a time of the year when considered wisdom would be to produce an opinion piece about planning, goal setting and collation of ideas, it was a chance encounter at a great photographic exhibition that generated alternate thought processes. 642 more words


Frida Kahlo

In high school – Art was definitely my favorite class. In fact, had my father gone along with the idea, my career would have headed in that direction. 140 more words

Diego Rivera