Posts Tagged: painting

Death & Co

Poem by Sylvia Plath & Painting by Emma Bennett

Death & Co

Poem by Sylvia Plath & Painting by Emma Bennett

Eternal Night

Oil Painting of the Night Sky by Michael Burris Johnson

Eternal Night

Oil Painting of the Night Sky by Michael Burris Johnson

Brooklyn Bridge Mural

I just finished painting this mural of the Brooklyn Bridge at Patrizia’s Restaurant on Broad St in Red Bank, NJ. It took 18 days of labor to complete, below are day by day photographs I snapped at the end of

Brooklyn Bridge Mural

I just finished painting this mural of the Brooklyn Bridge at Patrizia’s Restaurant on Broad St in Red Bank, NJ. It took 18 days of labor to complete, below are day by day photographs I snapped at the end of

Dostoevsky – The Idiot

Han’s Holbien’s painting, Christ’s Body in the Tomb had a major impact on Dostoevsky, and the painting became very inspirational to his writing The Idiot. The painting is discussed twice in the novel, and a reproduction of the painting is

Dostoevsky – The Idiot

Han’s Holbien’s painting, Christ’s Body in the Tomb had a major impact on Dostoevsky, and the painting became very inspirational to his writing The Idiot. The painting is discussed twice in the novel, and a reproduction of the painting is

Ever Yours, Vincent

from a letter to Theo, 20 May 1888: “…That mental exhaustion of mine is disappearing, I no longer feel so much need for diversion, I am less plagued by passions, and am able to work more calmly. I could be

Ever Yours, Vincent

from a letter to Theo, 20 May 1888: “…That mental exhaustion of mine is disappearing, I no longer feel so much need for diversion, I am less plagued by passions, and am able to work more calmly. I could be

Passages on the Grid

Passages on the Grid   3 modes of thought             FOREWORD This writing is an exercise of reflection on the grid as a form of expression in painting. The distinctions that are created in this writing are distinctions that

Passages on the Grid

Passages on the Grid   3 modes of thought             FOREWORD This writing is an exercise of reflection on the grid as a form of expression in painting. The distinctions that are created in this writing are distinctions that

Reflections on Painting

To be capable of making a painting, one has to believe that the painting is worth existing, regardless of whether or not one becomes personally responsible for the suffering of its creation. Once one believes the painting is worth existing,

Reflections on Painting

To be capable of making a painting, one has to believe that the painting is worth existing, regardless of whether or not one becomes personally responsible for the suffering of its creation. Once one believes the painting is worth existing,

Andrew Wyeth

Two of my favorite Andrew Wyeth paintings – There is something about Andrew Wyeth’s work that casts a spell – the still images seem somehow to contain a breeze, a sound, a gust or the soft moving of air –

Andrew Wyeth

Two of my favorite Andrew Wyeth paintings – There is something about Andrew Wyeth’s work that casts a spell – the still images seem somehow to contain a breeze, a sound, a gust or the soft moving of air –

Madness

  Madness only exists within reason, as unreason Madness is identified in the figure of the madman The madman, is kept in a space of confinement within order, similar to the way the concept of madness is held in place by a larger

Madness

  Madness only exists within reason, as unreason Madness is identified in the figure of the madman The madman, is kept in a space of confinement within order, similar to the way the concept of madness is held in place by a larger