Common Ground: Kevin LCK + Katharine Morling

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This week, apparently, artists creating with unexpected materials are striking a chord for me. In his Ordinary Behavior series, Kevin LCK has constructed dioramas within cardboard and paper models of familiar (if not always thoroughly modern) gadgets. The works are intended to interrupt … Continued

The Tip of the Iceberg: Zaria Forman

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I’ve seen Zaria Forman’s work before; you might have also, scrolling past it online, assuming it to be striking photographs. What brought me back yesterday was an instagram photo of a work in progress. Zaria Forman works in pastels. I … Continued

The Life of a Bauble

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Jack and I tend toward a minimalist approach to holiday decoration – we’ve got a wreath and a poinsettia, and we break out the gold accent pieces for New Years, but our many past apartments and time spent out of the city … Continued

Art for a Grey Day: Tang Kwok-hin

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This morning was a dreary one, warmer than recent days but with a fine mist that mixed with more mature raindrops as I rode to work. I’ve had this series of collages from Tang Kwok-hin bookmarked since it caught my … Continued

E. Brady Robinson: Art Desks

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As we work at finishing out our awkward alcove so that I can move my work away from the dining room table, photographer E. Brady Robinson is fueling my work space envy. Art Desks is a book and ongoing project capturing gorgeous … Continued


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Halloween is one of Jack’s very favorite holidays: he loves the costumes, the trick-or-treaters and the festivities. I really love the dark spin the season brings out in art and design. As Halloween approaches, a few new-to-us pieces with a seasonally … Continued

Fit for a Nor’easter: Henrik Uldalen

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If you don’t like the weather, wait a minute, but the next couple of days are likely to be misty and grey like today in Boston. When Henrik Uldalen’s oil paintings came across my monitor, they felt fitting next to the … Continued

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