Modern Renaissance Man

One aspect of living in a pandemic is a lot of at-home time, which is fortunately where my studio is located. Also a lot of time for reflection and work on some close at-home artist projects. My principal COVID project is developing a series of artworks based on an aspect of science; Quantum mechanics and... Continue Reading →

Getting back to normal

Wow, what a week. This entire week was pretty topsy-turvey with the 2020 American elections and on Tuesday is was a toss-up as the voting counting for the day came to an end, but some good omens were becoming evident. Likewise Wednesday, Thursday into Friday, Biden & Harris were making strong gains and then on... Continue Reading →

Abstract – The Alternative Exhibition

Ryuten Paul Rosenblum - Japan Temple Wall – Nanzenji The Southeast Center for Photography (SEC4P) had a recent call for Abstract (photography), juried by Blue Mitchell.  The exhibition call was looking for non-representational imagery from found objects in nature, man-made or figurative works and images that do not attempt to represent external reality, but seek to achieve its... Continue Reading →

Abstraction – art musings

I am not sure where I recall reading that Abstraction in art is relative to the eyes of the beholder. Or maybe that's just my rendition on the subject. Last month I wrote about my current 'Cover-19' series inspired by Quantum Mechanics and particle physics that explains some of the things we see if we... Continue Reading →

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