I look at certain stories from an old Isaac Asimov book anthology. You should expect to find spoilers on the stories overall and the tv show "Scandal".
I listened to the album "Shades of..." by Gray. Here's my analysis. And a little warning, this review contains mentions of suicide.
I look at the art history references found in "Outlander" the first book by Diana Gabaldon. Expect Mild Spoilers.
My thoughts from seeing a retrospective of M.C. Escher's work at the NC Museum of Art
Van Gogh is used in a horror novel, but does it work? Expect spoilers
Reviewing an archived acoustiguide turned podcast series from The Jewish Museum in New York.
I look at art history found in an old science fiction anthology. Expect spoilers.
I obsess over a painting while visiting small churches in North Carolina.
I continue my contemplation of memories from years of traveling to various museums.
Memories of my travels to Italy, Ireland, England, the Bahamas, and various parts of the States.
Tudor history continues in Hilary Mantel's second book
After rewrites and reading this out loud to other people so I can get some constructive criticism, I'm ready to publish. Expect spoilers
I look at the art history mentioned in Hilary Mantel's Thomas Cromwell series. Expect spoilers.
A look at an American Artist during one of the most tumultuous times in world history.
I continue my analysis of "Within These Walls" by Ania Ahlborn. I also review her other book "The Devil Crept In". Major Spoilers
I review a horror novel by Ania Ahlborn.
I look at a nonfiction book detailing a strange incident from the wild seventies.
Courtesy of iTunes and the Tate Modern, I review miscellaneous podcasts dedicated to avant-garde sound.
This is what happens when different people interpret Samuel Beckett. Podcast series courtesy of the Tate.
A short story about two sisters, France, and Edgar Degas. There's spoilers in this review too.
I went to the Dali Museum in St. Petersburg, Florida. Here are my thoughts
Traveling through a little park in Orlando, Florida
Art and political aspirations collide
A delicious dramatization of the Elgin Marbles' trail from Athens to London. Also, spoilers.
I bought this book at a HeroesCon, because I heard good things about it. Also, spoilers.
In 2013, the High Museum of Art in Atlanta, Georgia curated a show dedicated a show to Northern Baroque art. It took me a year to write this.
From my days as a SCAD grad student.
Trying to put up a well written review that I've been delaying since January 2013
An art history filled tale of secrets and falling in love with the wrong people.