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Women, Myth & Power review of the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum’s exhibition of the cycle of erotic mythological paintings which Titian called his Poesies or “painted poems”
The Art of Banksy preview of the unauthorized exhibition in Boston of privately owned prints created by the British street artist
www.tonalism.com general-audience web site on historical and contemporary Tonalism (sole copywriter and initial content provider)
A Studio Visit with Wolf Kahn interview with the late post-abstract expressionist landscape painter at his studio in rural Vermont
Carl Austin Hyatt catalogue essay on the Portsmouth Salt Pile Series by photographer Carl Austin Hyatt
Abstracting the Seacoast catalogue essay for a group show in Portsmouth, NH
ART AND CLIMATE CHANGE: CONTEMPORARY ARTISTS RESPOND TO GLOBAL CRISIS published academic paper analyzing global artistic responses to climate change as of 2017 presented at the 63rd Annual Conference of the Institute on Religion in an Age of Science
Maria a’Becket: Rediscovering an American Original scholarly article on the neglected 19th century American landscape painter (James Phinney Baxter Award)
On Making Art in the Anthropocene essay on the continued relevance of art-making in an age of climate collapse, mass extinction, and social disruption, published by the Stanford University blog, Millennium Alliance for the Humanities and the Biosphere.
LOOMINGS 48-page paperback book containing images from the Loomings series along with two short essays. Print copies of the book are available for $18+ shipping. Contact the author.
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LOOMINGS words and images published in PortSmith Literary Journal, 2020.
On a Road to Somewhere Else poem published in The New Republic in 1999.
Lost Childhood Weather unpublished poem c. 1996
Kimono unpublished poem.
Wintering, A Meditation on the Poetry of Winter short essay celebrating the phenomenology of snow with passages from several classic poems about winter by authors including Sylvia Plath, Basho, Rainer Maria Rilke, and Wallace Stevens.
Of War, Wall-Sized Waterlilies, and Hot-House Oranges for the King An appreciation of Monet’s giant Waterlilies at the L’Orangerie museum in Paris as an example of sacred poetic space.
Poetry, Pictures and the Quality of Painting interview with New York School painter Paul Resika.
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