Tag Archive | Censorship

Censored! Je suis Charlie!

Recently, I found my art censored for the first time by a person or persons unknown! Even though the show was juried and the theme lent itself to expressing the human condition (Opposites Attract), there was virtually no figurative work in the show and so I was pleased to see that my multimedia assemblage diptych […]

Some thoughts about Art, Politics, and Value[s]

Over the past few weeks I’ve had the chance to speak about the “survival” of the Arts and reflect about the value to our culture of the Arts. In that time, we’ve witnessed the attempt to stifle artistic expression by the Governor of Maine and the willingness on the part of the wealthiest Americans to […]