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 →

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 →

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 →


Klapper Gallery presents "Michelangelo's Slaves" by Dr. Robert Klapper The press release states “Dr. Robert Klapper's debut exhibit at his 2-year old Klapper ... Continue Reading →


Backscatter. Create: Fixate’s Annual All Photography Show   There should have been more beanbags. If I have to say anything negative about Backscatter this last Saturday ... Continue Reading →


It's Beater-Lickin' Good It has long been my personal belief that ambience is the most important component involved in inspiring creativity.  A variety of factors come ... Continue Reading →