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Light, Interviews, Books, and a Call to Artists

Consider for a moment the nature of light and time. Fleeting, infinite, unknowable, and yet familiar as our own minds. We long for more...

Newsletter / Great poetry and literature are never at rest

Like their corporeal counterparts, the seafaring vessels of great poetry and literature are never at rest. Even in quiet harbors of water and mind,...

Newsletter / Intelligence is to potential as wisdom is to application.

Intelligence is to potential as wisdom is to application. This week, we observe two artists who have escaped the revolving door of self-analysis bearing...

Newsletter / Humans, like blades of grass…

Humans, like blades of grass, are apt to point in different directions, forgetting that they comprise an interminable garden. The two interviews showcased this...

A single moment of warmth / Interviews / Newsletter / Books...

Dear Reader, A single moment of warmth, tucked into memory, will always promise footing in powder snow. The interviews showcased this week plunder the recesses...

The industrial gallop

Although it has been made more acute by the industrial gallop, the perennial cycle of maps, empires, books, and trends has long remained the...

As the forest cycles its seasonal attire…

As the forest cycles its seasonal attire and the sun settles in for long hours of rest, the invisible human year approaches closure. The...

​Real Artist Case History Series: Patrick Skoff, Selling Art Online

Patrick Skoff is getting ready to hit the road. On Monday, December 6, he announced on his public Facebook page that he is selling...

quiet conversations and faded memories

Contentment has two primary manifestations: a complacent satisfaction from wandering the trodden paths of habit, and the exhilarating discovery of solid ground after an...

Newsletter – Conversations you might have again- how would they change?

Aristotle differentiated humans from their animal counterparts by dint of logos, the power of rational speech. Napoleon was attributed the quote, "four hostile newspapers...

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