St Petersburg: The James and The Dalí are the Main Highlights of the Art Scene

The next town south of Tampa has developed a vibrant art scene. Two of the biggest draws are The James and The Dalí Museum. Officially known as The James Museum of Western & Wildlife ... Continue Reading →

Imagine Van Gogh: Technology, Art and The Marketplace – A View From the Inside

There are a handful of immersive Van Gogh exhibitions dotting the global map. I had a chance to chat with Annabelle Mauger, who is very early in creating these experiences. The topic ... Continue Reading →

Immersive Van Gogh Comes to Los Angeles

  In a venue that has seen many great works of art, mostly audio and some live (I’m thinking back to the mind boggling Paul McCartney show I saw there with my daughter), a truly ... Continue Reading →

Claude Monet: The Truth of Nature at Denver Art Museum

Claude Monet steadily rises to the top of most beloved artists. A glimpse of one or two of his paintings spread across the globe easily confirm why. His love of color, perspective and ... Continue Reading →

The Last Leonardo, by Ben Lewis

The plural in the subtitle tells it all: “The Secret Lives of the World’s Most Expensive Painting.” Lewis has pulled off a relatively impossible feat, he has published a riveting ... Continue Reading →

How to Describe Bruce Munro: Field of Light at Sensorio?

Christo piqued interest in semi-inexplicable yet wondrous art projects. Acres of umbrellas in the desert east of Los Angeles, wrapping the Reichstag in Berlin, etc. How to describe ... Continue Reading →

The Monuments Men

In his fifth effort in the director’s chair, George Clooney has delivered another satisfying and thoughtful film. The Monuments Men tells the mostly true story of the US soldiers ... Continue Reading →

Brian Eno: 70 Million Ideas

Brian Eno: 70 Million Ideas Brian Eno is one of the more intriguing folks inhabiting our cultural landscape.  His early work as a keyboardist for the glam rocking Roxy Music ... Continue Reading →