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Random Thoughts on Art: The Calligraphic School of Painting?

|The late hard-edged paintings by both of these artists inform each other, but the calligraphic-like images show another alignment of thought leading to a similar solution.| While reviewing some black and white photos of painting exhibits from the late 1930’s … Continue reading

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Reconsidering Sol Lewitt: Spring 2018

Portrait of American artist Sol LeWitt, New York, August 1969. (Photo by Jack Robinson/Hulton Archive/Getty Images) This short note is inspired by the fact that Sol Lewitt died in April 2007, and since then exhibits of work created after his … Continue reading

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What an idea looks like

|“Those who understand art only by what it looks like often do not understand very much at all.” -Sol LeWitt, 1973| For reasons most people will not understand, I’m excited about a little work recently added to my collection of … Continue reading

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