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PEARL EARRINGS, A RED HAT, and A SMILE

Be it an iconic image, a true representation, or a ‘tronie’, a face belies a thousand secrets A TRONIE: a face created from memory or a consummate sketch of several people and costumes that ‘stand in’ for no ‘one’ in … Continue reading

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PITCHING ON A STORMY SEA

The concept you pitch could turn out to be the story that cannot be named! I’m an indie author. And one thing I’ve learned, after pitching directly to agents at a writers conference, is that beauty is in the eye … Continue reading

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WALK THIS WAY

Sometimes, to understand history, you must put yourself in another person’s shoes. Walk with me… Pretend for a moment that you are a master painter. You live in fifteenth-century Florence. It takes you over a year to complete a masterpiece. … Continue reading

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The first cellular phone?

EVERYTHING OLD IS NEW AGAIN I see an angel reading a text message. This painting, Tobias and the Angel (c. 1467) from the studio of Andrea Verrocchio, is considered to contain three of the earliest instances of painting by Leonardo … Continue reading

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DEAR INDIANA JONES

IS IT EVER TOO LATE TO GET THE WORD OUT? Think of poverty stricken Van Gogh – a posthumous billionaire. Is that the sound of an artist turning in his grave? BOOKS OF FUTURE PAST So here’s the scene: it’s … Continue reading

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WHAT’S IN A NAME?

A TRUTH by any other name should smell as sweet  As an author I want to give my characters ideal names. They deserve the best. They deserve names that represent who they are at their core – a DNA signpost … Continue reading

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THE TALE OF A DEADLY GRAPE-HEAD CLUSTER

 When art shouldn’t imitate art – a brief history of the ‘art’ of story… or lack thereof In art history 101, I learned the terms ‘grape-head cluster’ and the ‘archaic smile’. Art history 201 introduced me to ‘warts and all’ realism… … Continue reading

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