Decades After His Death, Richard Wright Has a New Book Out
“The Man Who Lived Underground,” a novel publishers rejected in the 1940s, is about an innocent Black man forced to confess to the murder of a white couple.
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Painting Forsythia Flowers
I paint the flowers of a forsythia shrub using a limited palette of watercolor and gouache. I show how to start by capturing the overall gesture and silhouette of the whole...
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With a New Museum, African Workers Take Control of Their Destiny
A Dutch artist worked with former plantation employees to create a “white cube” that they hope will one day display works returned from European museums.
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Happy Cerealia - This Roman Festival ran from 12th-19th April, for the Goddess of the Grain, Ceres. Women in white ran around with torches, representing Ceres searching for her...
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Last Call: ‘Shameless' Showrunner Says Goodbye to the Gallaghers
John Wells discussed the impact of the pandemic and police protests on Sunday's series finale.
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President Biden's Official Portrait Was Shot with a Sony a9 II
The White House has released the official portraits of President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris. They were shot by Chief Official White House Photographer Adam...
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The Clock in Bryan, Texas
Downtown Clock, Bryan, Texas, gouache For this 45 minute gouache sketch I used ultramarine blue, cadmium yellow, burnt sienna, and white.
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Are Black and White-Only Digital Cameras Crazy In This Day and Age?
Twenty years ago, few photographers would have questioned your choosing to go out with black and white film loaded in your camera of choice. Today, when I tell people my...
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The Lap Box
Eugen Dücker 1841-1916 painted this portrait-possibly a self portrait-in 1900, showing a portable lap box rig used frequently by plein-air painters at the time. The artist sits...
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1033 Just Because
Mother Nature sometimes creates such vibrant colors that it is nearly impossible to duplicate them. This was one of those cases. The white flower in the front was such a...
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The Last Trip
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Gian Lorenzo Bernini
The Syndrome. I am putting together the pages for the book and I re read this one from a little while back. Still relevant to me to this day. Funny how that works pascalcampion
Contemporary Art, Abstract Landscape “Farmland
The Strange, Lovely ‘Infinity Train' Reaches the End of the Line
The fantastical animated series is part surreal adventure and part spiritual parable. Its fourth and final season arrives Thursday on HBO Max.
Patterhn Ives Breaks Ground on New Amphitheatre and Arts Park for Missouri...
Courtesy of Patterhn Ives St. Louis-based architecture and design practice Patterhn Ives has broken ground on a new outdoor performing arts pavilion for Missouri State...
Moza Launches 3-in-1 Slypod Pro: An Electric Slider, Monopod, and Jib
Moza has announced the launch of the compact and feature-packed Slypod Pro , a 3-in-1 monopod with an electric slider and a jib arm, which the company claims is the first of...
Me on “From the Middle” Podcast
I've done a number of podcast interviews in the last year or two, but this one is definitely a favorite. From the Middle is a “comedy, entertainment, and culture podcast”...
DxO PureRaw Review: Bring Old, Noisy Photos Back to Life
Today, DxO launched PureRaw , an application that uses “exclusive technology” to enhance and improve RAW images by removing digital noise and lens flaws, leaving you with a...
Erasmus University College / B-architecten
Quai de l'Industrie 170, 1070 Anderlecht, Belgium Project Year: 2020 Photographs: Lucid Area: 9000.0 m2
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Colton Underwood, ‘Bachelor' Star, Comes Out as Gay
The 29-year-old former football player had written about questioning his sexuality in a memoir, published in 2020.