Monthly Archives: April 2010

Hope Too Much

Here is one of the finished parables (see blog post from March 25th).  From those of you that posted, and those that I spoke with it seems most nailed this one as the parable of the prodigal son.  Good job. … Continue reading

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The Quintet of the Astonished

Recently got to the “Disquieted” show at the Portland Art Museum. http://portlandartmuseum.org/exhibitions/feature/DISQUIETED The title, “A Proposal for Thought,” or “Highlights of Contemporary art from the past 20 years,” seems more appropriate but “Disquieted” is a bit more catchy I suppose, … Continue reading

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A taste of the Amory Show in 1913

I am reading a biography on George Bellows and came upon his involvement in the pivotal Armory Exhibition in New York in 1913.   This exhibition would introduce America to all the new trends that were happening in France: Cubisim, Futurism, … Continue reading

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Maybe it should be “The Easter Frog?”

Much of my work is influenced by Medieval imagery and as of late I ran onto the story of the Frog, that I thought I’d share here. If you think about it, in the Old Testament the frog is not … Continue reading

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Up and Running at Sip and Kranz

Well, looks like the show is up and running at Sip and Kranz downtown in the Pearl here in Portland The art opening is tonight from five to nine.  It’s a nice hip little coffee house in the heart of … Continue reading

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