Art Monday

Art Monday

I stumbled into the work of Bryan Larsen [http://cordair.com/artists/larsen/] years ago. Not sure if I consider his frequent use of the works of Ayn Rand as inspiration a plus or minus, but he’s go](GHOST_URL /content/images/2018/04/large-2.png)…

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Monday Art

Monday Art

By Chinese sculptress Luo Li Rong [http://luolirong.com/]. She certainly finds inspiration in explicitly Western, [Renaissance art]( https://www.boredpanda.com/realistic-female-sc](GHOST_URL /content/images/2018/04/guy-mocking-sculpture-chinese-artist-luo-li-rong-1-5a9]( GHOST_URL/content/images/2018/04/LN8hn6A.png)…

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Awesome Christian Artists

Awesome Christian Artists

Jon Del Arroz is posting in support of John Wright’s crusade, and decided to highlight nine christian artists he thought worth supporting [http://delarroz.com/?p=738]in the fields of writing, comics, and music. Looking at the list, I realize that I only recognize three of the names. Now, three I don’t recognize are in comics, which I’m not as familiar with, but not only had I not heard of Nadine Brandes [http://www.nadinebrandes.com/]under writers, but the only musician I had heard of, in passin…

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Art and Communication

Art and Communication

Over at Return of Kings there’s an outstanding article on why modern art is so uninspiring [http://www.returnofkings.com/103305/why-is-modern-art-so-uninspiring]. It digs into several sources, notably Tom Wolfe: > What I saw before me was the critic-in-chief of The New York Times saying: In looking at a painting today, “to lack a persuasive theory is to lack something crucial.” I read it again. It didn’t say “something helpful” or “enriching” or even “extremely valuable.” No, the word was cruci…

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