Art doesn’t have to end when you have children. It just needs to become a regular appointment.
We’re pressured to “think big,” but that intimidates many of us into making nothing. It’s time to think personally instead.
Why I read ancient Egyptian love poems
John Cheever and The Walking Dead have something in common: a love for the ordinary person.
We are meant to cultivate community as much as we are designed to create.
In art, to skip the journey is to skip the creation.
I’m here to argue for the little square frame, the little bit of perfection surrounded by chaos, and the little pieces of art in our everyday lives.
I’m not talking about the safe snippets. I’m talking about honesty, openness, and vulnerability.
Artist extraordinaire Carl Fougerousse shares insight into his multimedia art approach.
An original poem by Katie Robinson