Tag Archives: Art

Schoolish Thoughts: Accounting for the Arts

We’re running dangerously low on English majors and art historians. Continue reading

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Fearless Eyes

Happy birthday, Margaret. Continue reading

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Paint Your Palette Blue and Grey

Happy birthday, Vincent. Continue reading

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Schoolish Thoughts: Different Mirrors

They were wrong. Continue reading

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Art Imitates Life

One must be built of iron to work in the arts. Continue reading

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Rodalena Reviews: The Hobbit

My review of “The Hobbit-An Unexpected Journey” Continue reading

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Art Work

What artists do… Continue reading

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Gee, Wally!

Tony Dow has accomplished a phenomenal feat. Continue reading

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Sunday Lamentations

I am lamenting this ignored injustice: the Sunday Funnies…aren’t. Continue reading

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Maurice Sendak: A Needle Stuck in Childhood

Maurice died today, a child at the age of 83. Continue reading

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