Post #965 • March 2, 2007, 10:08 AM • 45 Comments
Another colleague just returned from the CAA confab and said exactly what Franklin said. Other artist friends have said the exact same things years ago.
A possible solution to the Parthenon Marbles dispute between the British Museum and the Greek government has come from a most unlikely source—a gathering in Greenland.
My friend Edmund Sullivan sends in a video of the carving of his pieta last year.
A new study shows that the Islamic pattern-making process, far more intricate than the laying of one's bathroom floor, appears to have involved an advanced math of quasi crystals, which was not understood by modern scientists until three decades ago. (AJ)
Dyske Suematsu makes some interesting observations about art, albeit mixed in with some fallacious ones: Why Americans Don't Like Jazz and Beyond
Upper Art. See also: The Works of George W. Bush.
In November of 1994, he became simulated Governor of Texas by actually being elected Governor of Texas. Thereafter, his artistic career has flourished.