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Tag Archives: Modern
I can’t wait to share these pics any longer (though I’ve only had them for a couple of days). Here’s what the incredible Lisa Sipes and I have been working on (mostly her to be honest)… This quilt started out … Continue reading
A Brief History of Modern: Part Two [Space, Time, & Color at the Turn of the Century: Cézanne, Picasso, & Matisse]
In 1900 more than fifty million people attended the Exposition Universelle in Paris, a celebration of progress and the future; in 1903 Henri Bergson published his extraordinarily influential “Introduction to Metaphysics”; and in 1905 Albert Einstein published his Special Theory … Continue reading
I would never call myself a Modernist; I have been firmly in the Post-Modern camp since the mid-nineties, at least on philosophical grounds. I don’t think the art-world has really hit post-modern yet, except as a passing style, but that … Continue reading