Category Archives: Making work
I had a lovely time chatting with Cornelius Christian on his podcast, Coffee with Cornelius. He was an excellent host, and allowed me to explain the early history of the avant-garde and its indisputably proto-communist origins. I regret that I … Continue reading
Here’s an Mp3 recording of my MutualArt story, “Carl Dobsky â€“ Prophet of the West.” Click here to listen. Click here to follow along with the article.
MutualArt has published my most recent piece of journalistic writing, “Carl Dobsky â€“ Prophet of the West.” This was a really enjoyable journey into the world of prophets, as I did some background reading to understand how Dobsky’s paintings affected … Continue reading
“The Illusionists” video is on Youtube. Enjoy fifteen minutes of imaginative realist paintings and sculptures, narrated by Michael J. Pearce, produced by BRITBAT studio.
Here’s a one minute trailer for The Illusionists video. To watch The Illusionists Facebook premiere this Saturday at 10am PST, visit this link and click “Get Reminder.”Â
Last year I organized a show called “The Illusionists.” I was fortunate to be able to show work by some of the greatest imaginative realists alive today, including Roger Dean, Boris Vallejo, Julie Bell, Pamela Wilson, Richard MacDonald, and a … Continue reading
There’s nothing nicer than a glass of ice-cold absinthe on a hot day. I wrote this story about Pamela Wilson’s paintings of absinthe drinkers in celebration of both the decadent Bohemia she imagines and the drink itself. I love absinthe, … Continue reading
How do studio artists teach drawing and painting with the requirements of social distancing limiting the interaction we are allowed to have with our students? I’m worried about next semester, with so much uncertainty about how to work in a … Continue reading
My editor asked me if I would write a story about Eddie Martinez, whose work is selling for spectacular sums at auction. I was unimpressed by the work, which I think has no artistic merit whatsoever, and annoyed by his … Continue reading