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Tag Archives: Art
Victor Ash: Wolf and Tank (c. 2014)
Catherine Erb: Cloud Study 32 (Clouds over Water) (2016)
Joyce Brienza + Deborah Sukenic: Ingathering (2020); from an exhibit at the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit.
Costume design by Paul Lormier for the 1849 ballet Le violon du diable (source).
A description of what we would now call a depressive episode from a 1953 story by Jean Ferry, “The Traveler with Luggage”: As a result of incidents still obscure to me, I suffered an absolutely atrocious mental breakdown in the … Continue reading
Odilon Redon: Evocation of Butterflies (ca. between 1910 and 1912)
Léon Spilliaert: Seascape Seen from Mariakerke (1909)
Indian flying foxes are found throughout India. Like others of their species, they are gregarious and tend to form large social groups. With a wingspan of four to five feet, Indian flying foxes are very conspicuous in their open roosts … Continue reading
April Gornik: Big Storm Light (2016)
Russ Marshall: Press Operators, GM Fisher Body Trim Plant, Fort Street, Detroit, Michigan (1982, printed 1997)