Big Cats in Belleville (kind of) – The Artsology Blog

I was out for a walk in my Belleville neighborhood the other day when I noticed this stained and repaired front stoop to...

Leonardo DiCaprio’s movie about artist Stanislaw Szukalski – The Artsology Blog

I was looking for an art-related movie on Netflix last night, and happened upon “Struggle: The Life and Lost Art of Szukalski,” about...

Rusty trucks and cars can make for some good art – The Artsology Blog

Every once in a while I’ll see a car or truck with an unusual rusting pattern, something that makes you wonder “why did...

from forgery to drawing birds – The Artsology Blog

As is typical with some of my blog posts, the idea starts in one place and ends in another. It started with reading...

Pierre Bonnard should have told the kid to knock it off – The Artsology...

I saw this 4 panel lithograph by Pierre Bonnard at the Phillips Collection in Washington D.C. last fall, in an exhibition titled “Bonnard...

Timothy Curtis at the Armory Show – The Artsology Blog

I loved this installation of art by Timothy Curtis at the Albertz Benda booth at the Armory Show last month. As you can...

Diversity in my neighborhood – The Artsology Blog

As I’ve been going out for walks in my neighborhood (Belleville, NJ) recently, I’ve noticed a lot of different – and interesting –...

Military Men and a Flamingo – The Artsology Blog

I’ve been taking new routes to mix things up on my afternoon walks through the neighborhood during this coronavirus stay-at-home period. I’ve noticed...

Painted bricks for coronavirus stay at home encouragement – The Artsology Blog

We’ve seen several painted rock gardens and coronavirus-related words of encouragement out in our community in the past several weeks; here’s a new...

Is there a safe behind that generic landscape? – The Artsology Blog

I had the tv on while having lunch the other day, when a commercial came on promoting the idea of buying gold during...

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