So, I’ve missed a couple Saturday Morning Art Blogging posts, and today isn’t Saturday morning, but I wanted to get this one up as part of the series. Last night, we went to the opera to see Tosca. Live opera was everything I had imagined it could be, and more. This review isn’t so much… Continue reading Tosca


Typically I will look at artwork for Saturday Morning Art Blogging, but today, I’m going to tell you about a movie. First of all, movies can be art, and that’s my link for the purpose of including it in my blogging. Last night, the boyfriend and I went to the Mayan Theater here in Denver… Continue reading Mojn

Finished reading another book today

The Sabbath World: Glimpses of a Different Order of Time by Judith Shulevitz My rating: 5 of 5 stars Fabulous. An amazing blend of political, economic, religious and historical thought, suitable for the theist and the atheist, as an exploration into the way the modern world looks at time, inclusion, and separation. Though Shulevitz is… Continue reading Finished reading another book today

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Too Cold

  I have always loved Joan Mitchell’s work. From the Joan Mitchell Foundation‘s website: Joan Mitchell was born in Chicago, Illinois in 1925 and died in a Paris suburb in 1992. Her expatriate years began in the late 1950s and continued uninterrupted until her passing in Vetheuil, France. She occupied a celebrated stature in the… Continue reading Too Cold

Reversal of Space

I’ve always been a *huge* fan of Rachel Whiteread’s work. From the first reference I saw to her House piece in my early art history courses, I was smitten. The idea of casting and capturing the negative space, making the open solid – this was brilliant to me. She’s also one of the major artists… Continue reading Reversal of Space

On Lines in Space

On facebook this week a friend of mine posted a link to some work by Eva Hesse, which has prompted for me the idea of Saturday Morning Art Writing. Who better to start with than Eva Hesse? I saw an amazing Eva Hesse show at the Jewish Museum in New York in 2006, and it… Continue reading On Lines in Space

The Sickness

It’s hard to make work when you’re sick. It’s hard to think about it too. I’ve been running myself ragged for the last few months, and today, the day I planned to stay home and take care of things was the day it all caught up with me. I’m sick. Not just “oh, I feel… Continue reading The Sickness

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