Monthly Archives: October 2017

The Dog Ate My Blog Post

In my years of university teaching I heard many excuses for late work, and yes, “The dog ate my assignment,” was one of them. So here I am today, joining the ranks of those derelict students and proclaiming “The dog … Continue reading

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Fool The Eyes: Artists Who Use Their Skills To Challenge Our Perception (Part 3)

In two earlier posts we described the work of artists who create artwork that challenges the viewer’s perception – work that goes beyond simple representation and fools the eye as well as tricking the mind. The first post looked at … Continue reading

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Unknown Spaces: The Photographs of Willa Nasatir

Today I’ve chosen to write about the photographer Willa Nasatir and to use her work as a way to begin a discussion about artistic process. Many of you reading this blog are students or beginning artists just learning how to … Continue reading

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A Simple Line (2)

During this last week I’ve spent time reviewing the content we’ve covered in this blog. Today I want to repost an article from early 2015. I think you’ll find it useful. We all recognize a line. We read lines of … Continue reading

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