Should an artist have to answer for her work? Mann, generally open and loquacious, answers bluntly. “No.” “But it’s not a real moment,” Mann declares. “I don’t think there’s any veracity whatsoever in photography…” - from The Boston Globe
Finally here. Well, almost.
Woke up today with rain pounding down on the tin roof above my head. Maybe the best sound ever, next to wooden spoons? Somehow this week I managed to design four posters, a website, fliers, an art project, host a studio visit for 25 people, and clear out the rest of our Cabbagetown digs in four days. 21 hours of sleep. Not enough. Today was a good day to sleep in (thanks, rain) after working...
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Swimming holes! →
Mr. Anthony describes his art, which includes old family portraits (not his own) embellished with skeletons or creatures of his own imagining, as “intertwangleism.” His definition: “Inter, meaning to mix,” he said, “and twang, a distinct way of speaking. If I make up my own ‘ism,’ no one can say anything or tell me I’m doing it wrong.”
Butch Anthony’s Art Shapes His Rural Alabama Home →
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