Imagine being a historian in America circa 3012, searching through archives looking for some material on technology and love in music and you proverbially dust off Dirty Computer.
Murjoni popped up while on a search for contemporary pottery artists. The goal was to find young, cool, sophisticaed potters that were making the ancient art of pottery hip again. There is something about messages sent via sculpture and pottery that transmit subconscious ideas about power and beauty. "... three-dimensional works of art have withstood … Continue reading Sculptor Spotlight — Murjoni
“I have the nerve to walk my own way, however hard, in my search for reality, rather than climb upon the rattling wagon of wishful illusions.” - Letter from Zora Neale Hurston to Countee Cullen Zora with an unidentified man in Belle Glade, Florida life summary The above quote is the first thing featured prominently on … Continue reading Author Spotlight — Zora Neale Hurston
Reading is one of my passions. There is absolutely no better way to learn about the world than through books, literature, and words. I am convinced. Of course, as a writer, I am also kind of a suspect source for such input. 😂 2019 Reading Challenge -- 75 Books -- Sharing 27 of those titles … Continue reading 2019 Book Reviews Coming!
I know that I'm a little behind but I'm going to check off what I've read on here and definitely do some book reviews on the ones that I pick up this year!! -- My 2019 Reading List is REEAADDDYYY!
“When men stop believing in God, it isn't that they then believe in nothing: they believe in everything.”
The series that I will be blogging over the coming months has to do with visual art what it says about humanity and inhumanity. I hope to revisit the classical standards civilization and beauty and discuss how they reverberate through our society, from my poiont of view. The purpose for me is always to become … Continue reading Galloping Forward