When The World Is Mud-luscious

When The World Is Mud-luscious

Spring always makes me anxious for that magical transition eulogized in William Carlos Williams’ The Botticellian Trees: The alphabet of the trees is fading in the song of the leaves Unfortunately, right now e.e. cummings’ in Just – may be a more accurate...
Aris Georgiades

Aris Georgiades

by Richard Holland I went to law school and pursued my MA/MFA at the same time. From the academic institution/professorial perspective I suspect this made me a first class pain-in-the-ass. Pity my art professors. I hear they have all recovered well, although I don’t...
Chicago Art in Pictures: March-April 2013

Chicago Art in Pictures: March-April 2013

A graphic, editorial overview of art, artists, and visual art events, found in and around Chicago over the course of the preceding month. All artwork copyright original artists; all photography copyright Paul Germanos. Daniel Shea @ Gallery 400 Above: Daniel Shea with...
Changing Seasons: One View of Twin Cities

Changing Seasons: One View of Twin Cities

Guest Post by Eric Asboe I once heard Mike Haeg, the mayor of Minnesota’s smallest town, Mount Holly, current population 4, describe Minnesota seasons in a lovely way. He said that winters get so cold and snowy Minnesotans just want to stay inside and work on...
Kansas City: Seasonal Transition

Kansas City: Seasonal Transition

Guest post by Jamilee Polson Lacy     Kansas City is in the midst of a seasonal transition. It isn’t spring—the city got eight inches of snow last weekend—but it’s not winter either since everyone wore sleeveless shirts in the 80-degree sunshine less...