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Last Friday, on one of those beautiful sunny, city days, I visited the Philadelphia Museum of Art where the featured show, “Great and Mighty Things,” was a collection of “Outsider Art”– art created by individuals who are not traditionally schooled in … Continue reading
Imperfect, impermanent and incomplete. That’s wabi-sabi in a nutshell. What began as a Japanese notion that was a more austere and melancholy view of the flawed natural and inanimate world, evolved over thousands of years and, under the influence of … Continue reading
One of the things I do as an artist is participate in street festivals and, because it’s springtime, I’ve had a few gigs over the past couple of weeks. Setting up for one of these events takes a lot of … Continue reading
Sometime last fall I started finding pennies. I know we all occasionally find pennies but I started finding them often. The first one that began my penny finding stint was in a parking lot outside the bank. When I got back … Continue reading