Why Grappling with Form is the Gateway to Beauty (With Thoughts From a Guest)

“We live in an age increasingly unaware of the power of its own expression. . .”               Todd Anderson Speaking from experience, I think I can say with a fairly sure degree of accuracy that many people treat poetry like small children treat food - eat what you know, avoid... Continue Reading →


How to Find Gold and Avoid Being Eaten: A Primer on Art Appreciation by a Primary School Art Appreciator. Part 2.

In the first part of our journey we determined – or at least I personally determined, which is more convenient - that the utter lack of qualifications required to call oneself an 'artist' has thrown the door open for all manner of self-expression which may or may not be better suited for the brown waste... Continue Reading →

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