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“Making art precipitates self-doubt, stirring deep waters that lay between what you know you should be, and what you fear you might be.” – DAVID BAYLES AND TED ORLAND, ART & FEAR: … Continue reading The Line Between Art as a Whole and Surrealism is Very Thin
“As the longest-running avant-garde movement of the 20th century, Surrealism’s scope and richness is perhaps unparalleled in its influence of modern art and culture.” (2) Theory of the Unconscious In … Continue reading Art and the Search for the Unconscious
I’ve compiled a list of my art books. Many I’ve used as reference in my posts here, some I will in the future, and others still yet to be perused. … Continue reading My Art Book Shelf
*This post is best viewed on a computer. It gets a bit convoluted on mobile devices. On this week’s episode of My Mini Monday, I discuss miniatures throughout history. This … Continue reading A Timeline of the History of Miniatures: From Ritual and Religious Object to Plaything and Collectible