Monthly Archives: April 2011

William Kentridge

There is a quality to William Kentridge’s artwork which stays with the viewer long after they have finished observing it. Engravings, etchings, aquatint, drypoint, charcoal and pastel are his primary mediums, which he uses for both two-dimensional work as well … Continue reading

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Nina Katchadourian

I very much enjoyed browsing all the many projects on Nina Katachadourian’s website. She has some of the most creative projects I have ever encountered! The close interactions with nature present in most of her projects was extremely appealing to … Continue reading

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Hiroshi Sugimoto

Hiroshi Sugimoto is a photographer, architect and designer of considerable skill and unique perspective. His work is heavily influenced by the Dadaist and Surrealist schools of art. He uses a large 8 x 10 camera with exceptionally long telephoto lenses … Continue reading

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Remembering Vickers Gringo

One person I will certainly never forget was my sister’s boyfriend. Paul “Vickers Gringo” Lyon was one of the most talented artists I have been lucky to know. He worked in a variety of mediums. Film was his primary focus … Continue reading

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Video Editing Project

Here is my video editing project… I have to admit that I’m not super happy with the result. I had a very difficult time coming up with an idea. Or, it would probably be better to say I had a … Continue reading

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