Have you watched Ken Burns’ documentary, The Address? The film tells the story of a boys’ school in Vermont where each year students are encouraged to practice, memorize, and recite the Gettysburg Address.
I’ve professed my admiration for Milton Glaser for years. When I saw this series by Stephen Alcorn, I was immediately envious — and very impressed. Stephen had early exposure to Glaser’s genius (his father, John Alcorn, worked with him at Pushpin Studios), which provided inspiration for this project, and I love his emphasis on learning […]
I traveled to Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville, Arkansas to see the exhibition, State of the Art (the show has closed, but you can still see the work here). Two friends of mine have work in the show — Randy Regier and Mary Kay. Randy is a very creative guy who uses the idea […]
January 12 marks the anniversary of John Singer Sargent’s birth. I have always admired his excellent drawing skills coupled with his mastery of paint. I was reminded of him in a roundabout way after listening to a story on Studio 360 about Steve Mumford, an artist who documented the Iraq War with drawings and paintings. […]