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Environmental Choices

Mark Rothko writing in his book, The Artist’s Reality: Philosophies of Art,  “Mark Rothko” Yale University Press.  New Haven and London.  2004. On man and his environment (in relation to art): “Man’s adjustment to his environment may be of three … Continue reading

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Often

Often, I ponder my longing to slip asunder and quietly go adrift Like the gentle roll of distant thunder into tumbling rift of The mind in macabre destruction, within its pliant, tendriled sheath Does secretly hope to glean the second … Continue reading

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To see art

      The question many pose is, “what did I not see in the painting?” Or perhaps you hear the exclamation: “I see a boy in blue holding an apple, looking at the window kind of sadly.” The question of … Continue reading

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