Whimsical why not?

I CONNECT well with whimsical art. It must have manifested from my “other self”, suppressed by a lifetime of serious work and other pressing commitments. True, an innate form of playfulness had been

Reimagining John & Yoko

FOR practical reasons, I have used ink and pencil for many of my earlier pieces on paper. When I was invited by Art Voice to join an online exhibition called “Works on Paper”

Can traditional story telling be incorporated into art?

WALTER BENJAMIN, in his essay The Story Teller, bemoaned the decline of traditional storytelling in the modern era. The ancient art of oral storytelling, rooted in direct experience and communal interaction, he believed,