Tag Archives: Jackson Pollock

Tom Wolfe and “The Painted Word “

by cheri sabraw Years ago, I sat down on an ugly pink bench in a MOMA somewhere trying to figure out why a large canvas with a gum wrapper and a streak of chartreuse paint was hanging there. In truth, … Continue reading

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What is aesthetic beauty?

by cheri sabraw This photograph of a single California Brown pelican floating in the silvery-grey Pacific Ocean is not cropped or enhanced. It represents a real moment in time in the life of a solitary seabird who is resting from   … Continue reading

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