Laughter Lifts the Heart
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Tag Archives: symbolism
Review: In the Heart of the Dark Wood, Billy Coffey
What do you put your faith in? Allie Granderson put hers in a plastic compass. Zach Barnett put his in a cowboy hat. Marshall Granderson drowned his faith in a bottle. This coming of age story is chock full of … Continue reading
Advanced Art, a Lesson–Sorta
Simulacrum: it’s an insubstantial form or semblance of something (MerriamWebster). In other words, it’s something that isn’t quite something else. A reality, distorted and hidden in a lie. The artists reject the notion that an image must be iconic–must accurately mimic its model–to be called … Continue reading
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