Web Monetization for the Arts
Art Saved My Life
Russell Dawson on art as a path to an authentic life.
Open Canon: Mary MacLane
by E.R. Zarevich. The Canadian-American writer was a prodigious memoirist, and self-promoter.
Mason K Brown on the colors of the moving American landscape.
Open Canon: Jane Roberts, or "Seth"
by E.R. Zarevich. Writer Jane Roberts claimed to have accessed the Other Side, but was her supernatural alter ego merely a gimmick to supplement a…
If We Build It, Will You Come?
It's harder than ever to make it as a creative. Here's an idea that might help.
Beyond the Peak
Joe Koch on late style and staying present with impermanence.
Dec 14, 2022
Open Canon: Amy Lowell
E.R. Zarevich. Posthumously awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Poetry in 1926, Amy Lowell was a self-educated poet who favored Imagism and rejected "safe…
Nov 2, 2022
Small Acts; Huge Consequences
Dian Parker on the timelessness of Jean Giono. "Sharing these fraught times with Jean Giono’s wisdom and genius buoys me."
Oct 26, 2022
Homer at the Met
John McMahon on the power of Winslow Homer's work. "It’s as if Homer, a big mustachioed man, whipped these canvases up in a frenzy of paint to match the…
Oct 12, 2022
Open Canon: Charles Burchfield
by John McMahon. The Romantic Realist, little remembered today, had a unique approach to watercolor landscape painting.
Sep 21, 2022
Dinner With Andy Warhol
Sherry Shahan on Chelsea Girls. "An artist is somebody that produces things people don’t need to have." - Andy Warhol
Sep 14, 2022
Open Canon: Djuna Barnes
by E.R. Zarevich. Best known for her novel 'Nightwood,' Djuna Barnes is regarded by the LGBTQ community as a writer who dared.
Aug 10, 2022
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