Monthly Archives: September 2012

Teshuvah: The Art of Return

When it comes to visual art, I’ve always believed in the power of restraint.  From an early age, I fell in love with Post-Impressionist art, and was very intrigued by the restricted palettes that such artists as Paul Klée, Henri … Continue reading

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The Straight Road

Drawing – and Erasing – Artistic Boundaries If you live in the mountains like I do, you don’t see a straight road like this very often.  If you see one, you know the very ground under it has been sculpted … Continue reading

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