Category Archives: Architecture
I give in. The time change has changed both my sleep habits and my photographic routine. I still have the same path, same walk through the city. It still takes me 1 hour and 5 minutes to walk the 3.5 miles from office to doorstep. If I cannot have sunlight, I’ll make the most of the gathering dark.
Milwaukee Art Museum (originally Milwaukee War Memorial), Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1952-57. Exterior Balthazar Korab (Source)
(it was overrated anyway)
Not so long ago (almost a decade) I was in Italy studying color reduction woodcut printmaking with one of my professors from the University of Nebraska. At the time, I was under the impression that I was some sort of gifted, up and coming printmaker. (It is truly remarkable what a perfect storm of ego […]
Perhaps it is the overcast skies of Southern California that are making me miss Minneapolis so much. Then again, maybe it is just the displacement that naturally follows moving to a new city, one where I have no roots, no paths to calmly wander, and no climate to fight angrily against. Above: a happy mishap […]
I have to take a second to give a quick shout out and link to one of my favorite Minneapolis artist’s work: Andy Sturdevant’s “The Stroll” writings for the MinnPost. I can’t emphasize how much I agree with and am always surprised by the observations and encounters described in each piece. At the moment I’m […]