Month: March 2019

The Visual Voice

Transcending culture, spoken language, and time, all visual artists command a common visual vocabulary. Though universal, this visual language breaks into many dialects as artists evolve means of communicating that becomes their voice. Some common […]

The Color of Snow

On the moonlit evening of August 5, 1851, Henry David Thoreau recorded despair over the contents of the current Annual of Scientific Discovery.  Comparing an unnamed astronomer’s dry writing to a woodcutter protecting his eyes […]