Quiet “Violet Protest” Art Counters Noise of Hyperpartisan Era
Ann Norton centers the voices of artists and others through a participatory art engagement called “Violet Protest.” By removing a single letter from the word “violent,” the artist signals her intention to create a space for non-violent protest. ... more
Yari Ostovany
Yari Ostovany's painting blend Abstract Expressionist, Persian and Taoist roots to produce a feeling of spiritual illumination. ... more

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Rachmaninoff’s Last Stand Fears of obsolescence haunt everyone — even, or especially, those in the cultural pantheon. Eeven if you’re ... more

Redressing Public Civility Richard Speer has seen the debased character of the current President coming after years of declining public discourse.... more

In Defense of the Lowly Meme "Mental illness and hatred pull the trigger, not the gun."... more

Chris Revelle
Race and its dark history in America permeate Chris Ravelle's varied body of work, which effectively drives a pickaxe th... more

Japanese-American Artists Remember the Camps
Trump executive orders have assaulted the human rights of immigrants. But that is not a first, as these Japanese America... more

Artist of Conviction
Jorg Dubin is an anomaly in his home base town who has long since abandoned market friendly for conviction art.... more

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