Any casual observer of modern art can look at this very title and conclude that it is a patent miscalculation, or an utter absurdity that the visionary leader and Ace of American modernism, Andy Warhol, who’s name is a synonymous with pop art, a name that suddenly invokes an immediate image in everyone’s mind, would… Continue reading The Reactionary Case for Andy Warhol
A year or so ago, my family and I took a day trip to Fatima Shrine in Lewiston, near Niagara Falls New York. I had gone there with them when I was a small child, and of course memories tend to fade from you. I had gotten up that morning to do some painting down… Continue reading The Serenity Of Mary. Plein Air Painting At Fatima.
In our troubled times, there exist many moral dilemmas that professors of higher education face on a daily basis. “University culture” has become a masquing term that is synonymous with a society where controversial topics are utterly one-sided; free speech is frowned upon and emotion is prioritized as opposed to objective truth and reason. It… Continue reading On the Ethical Implications of Professorship