above: This picture has a story. I was driving, and having a particularly rough day grieving Bill. I came to a high peak in Fenner and the sun just shot out of the sky with the back drop of a… Read more ›
These winter-themed images of life and beauty arise from within the darkest of times, when everything has a cold and hardened surface. All of my images beg us take a little time and look closer to find the beauty, the… Read more ›
I attended a public high school in my neighborhood, Washington Heights. I found himself always asking uncomfortable and challenging questions about what I was learning. These experiences and unanswered questions led to the creation of the Critical Theory and Social… Read more ›
by Curt Stager …on lakes of the Adirondacks.
Lee Ann Sporn’s art draws attention to the wondrous beauty of life forms that are very common, and often overlooked, discarded, or actively reviled. When displayed, these drawings are hung in ornate and elaborate frames.
I lived nowhere near an ocean; I’d never seen a whale. But when I was young I believed the most impossible things. The sky was a whale wrapped around the earth and the moon its smiling eye. Some nights I… Read more ›