I was asked to write about “tradition” in art – then this happened.

Featured Artwork: Mother Embrace by Kate Ahn. Available for purchase on Minted.com The importance of “tradition” in art. An outdated model. In reference to art, I believe “tradition” often acts as a stand in for “mythology” or “religion”. Art is often used to gauge the values of the era in which it was created. “Tradition”... Continue Reading →

Earning the title of “Venus”

Anne Savage 07/10/2020  “There is in me something that is often stronger than my body, which is often enlivened by it.  In some people the inner spark scarcely exists.  I find it dominant in me.  Without it, I should die, but it will consume me (doubtless I speak of imagination, which masters and leads me.)” ... Continue Reading →

I’m a published author!!

I'm so happy with the research that came together for this post. The project will eventually yield an exhibition at the Lied Library on UNLV campus. I'll for sure post when it happens. Sadly, the exhibit was cancelled due to the Pandemic. The paper this article was derived from won the Lance & Elena Calvert... Continue Reading →

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