Art, by its very nature, represents something — a feeling, an emotion, a memory.
Then and Now
Guston was a man who sought to capture the moment, to be in the “now.” As such, he was always developing different styles, pushing the boundaries of art and the human experience.
Both sides of the lens
Photojournalism is a powerful medium, combining the artistry of photography and the journalist’s gift for storytelling. At its best, photojournalism elevates both parts of its name. “Gordon Parks: Stokely Carmichael and Black Power” is worthy of an exalted place in an art museum.
Armistice Day a time for remembrance — and poppies
November 11 is Veteran’s Day, where the United States honors the men and women who have served in the U.S. Armed Forces. I say United States, because for much of the world, November 11 is more akin to Memorial Day, where the dead are remembered. In Europe, Armistice Day is solemn occasion, marked by moments … Continue reading Armistice Day a time for remembrance — and poppies
Playwright McNally’s brother gives thumbs up for BCP production
“Anytime I can talk about my brother, I enjoy it,” Peter McNally said. “I’m very proud of him.”
From screen to paper
We are all used to the feel of a pencil on paper, the way the graphite has a slight drag as the nap of the paper adds tension. That is drawing. Or is it?
‘Crystal’ clear imagination
There is no art without science, but without art the technology is a hidden layer of reality.