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Jackson Pollock: Art as a Reflection of Personal Circumstances

Jackson Pollock will forever be one of the great Abstract Expressionists of his time. Pollock’s focus on using the drip method for his oil paintings is recognizable to even those with minimal knowledge of his work. Many of Pollock’s pieces are currently held at the Museum of Modern Art (MOMA) in New York City where … Continue reading

Review of the Wildenhain Exhibit

Every day we encounter places, objects, and images that appeal to and at times disturb us. I recently visited the Wildenhain exhibit, located at the Bevier Gallery at the Rochester Institute of Technology and took a moment to truly analyze what I took interest in, what fascinated me, and what seemed to be unsettling or … Continue reading