You’re designing an experience, not a building. You’re creating feelings for people as they move through a space—via colors, light, temperature, materials and textures. And the experiences are fleeting; you only have a few seconds to create those feelings.
Flaws in art or art based on flawed arguments may not bother some, but it can diminish the experience for others. Read Charlie's new post on flaws in Interstellar and misogyny in early 20th century surrealism.
In the art columns, writers will remember Don Stone (above, right) as a modern impressionist painter and one of the great American artists to have called Monhegan Island off the coast of Maine—one of America’s great artist colonies—home.
Veronica Cross is a former New York artist who has lived in Maine for the last eight years. You can find her works at the Elizabeth Moss Galleries in Falmouth, Maine. Currently, she is preparing for a number of group shows in 2015, after having a heavy exhibition sched...
By all accounts, World War I changed art forever. The unprecedented bloody battlefields of the Great War provided the imagery for nightmarish Surrealist landscapes and hardened English prose. War continues to change art today.
In fact, we don't call anyone 'crazy' anymore--we diagnose whatever mental illness they have and treat it accordingly (in theory, that's how it works, anyway). New research on van Gogh may shed new light on his illness(es).