An original poem by Samantha Schroeder
Painter extraordinaire, David Katz, talks about the importance and life of color in painting.
Here are the 4 steps to living creatively:
An interview with painter extraordinaire, Victor Grasso
Where are the great artists, the noble buildings, the enlightened poets?
An interview with world-renowned chandelier maker and artist extraordinaire, Adam Wallacavage
Mr. Cunningham posed the question of whether Beauty is a sense of belonging, or an object of desire. I suggest it is neither.
What if beauty is like rehearsal or practice?
The pursuit of beauty, as Scruton understands it, doesn’t blind you to the realities and dangers of life, but attempts to make sense of them.
An interview with artist extraordinaire, Mandy Sloan
This Christmas season, I’m pursuing the same sense of simplicity that George Herbert found.
In a culture increasingly on the move and offering a thousand different ways to get shrink-wrapped stories, reading novels can seem daunting.
It seems that when we refer to a “good” character, goodness is viewed as a lack of badness.
How in the world does Roger Scruton’s definition of beauty reconcile with reality? With the human experience?
The past few decades have been challenging for arts programs as well as musical ensembles on a troubling scale.
Two buildings in London tell very different stories.
An interview with architect extraordinaire, Stephen Howard.
In the Christ-haunted world, imagination is not allowed.
An interview with artists extraordinaire, Julian Curi and Rocco Ambrosio, co-directors.