David Bowie’s Artful Death

Bowie reinvented himself musically, but I believe as much is communicated through the album art, as sparse as it is, and through the videos, as is communicated through its music and lyrics. It begs for visual interpretation.

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Exhibit: Blake in the Heartland

Online Gallery | Main Exhibit Page I’m happy to announce that the exhibit Blake in the Heartland has opened, and that Tiffin University is hosting a number of events this week related to this exhibit that are open to the public. Organized by Lee Fearnside and James Rovira of Tiffin University, Blake in the Heartland is a celebration ofContinue reading “Exhibit: Blake in the Heartland”

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Notes from the 15th Annual Easton Art Affair

The 15th Annual Easton Art Affair is an art festival taking place at Easton Town Center, a major mall on the east side of Columbus. My family and I browsed around there today, so I thought I’d drop some notes about my favorite artists (so far). I have to list John R. Jay Canterbury firstContinue reading “Notes from the 15th Annual Easton Art Affair”

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Brian Eno on Creativity

Interesting, brief talk by Brian Eno on creativity. Anything he has to say about this topic is worth listening to. At one point Eno compares a “cowboy” (explorer) to a “father” (stay there and tend the land), expressing preference for the cowboy. It’s an interesting comparison that Kierkegaard makes in Either/Or II with slightly different terms: I thinkContinue reading “Brian Eno on Creativity”

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