Ellsworth Kelly Stamps—His Art Is For Freedom

I like my own freedom to do what I want without anyone telling me what to do. I feel we all want our space. My work has that feeling of really wanting its own space. My paintings are about freedom. *   

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On the Wall and More – June in London and Paris

 

Christo and Jeanne-Claude, The London Mastaba, Serpentine Lake, Hyde Park 2016 – 2018, a temporary floating sculpture on The Serpentine Lake. *

The middle of June is probably not

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Harvard’s New Admissions Policy – What’s Art Got To Do With It

 

Water Lily Pond  (1917)  Claude Monet (1840-1926) *       Water Lily Pond - Claude Monet

 

Harvard University announced in late January of this year a major revision to

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Paul Schimmel and Sanford Biggers – Experience or Interpretation?

The artificial construction people make is that painting is not intellectual, and does not involve much thinking, but involves psychic or subconscious pressures which are released through the act of painting. But I think painting like mine shows obvious kinds of hesitation and reworking which people associate with thought.                                                                          — Jasper Johns

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Do Scientists See Art?

I examine the art piece for specific elements significant to a particular artist – brush stroke, clor, manner and favorite shapes.                                                                                    

                –  Elizabeth Kubicki, participant  in  MIT Physics  Department Hallway Art Quiz.     

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