One of the books from which I expect to derive inspiration is Paul Klee: Irony at Work by Angela Lampe and Michael Baumgartner. It is from 2016, but new to me. Here it is on my bed.
I have a few book cases in my studio. Over the years, the contents have changed. They used to be heavy with books about human anatomy; the brain (human and other vertebrates); math and science essays. I’ve moved some of these into the Garage of Dorian Gray, to keep the studio perpetually young and productive. […]
I’ve been trying to slog through some books about Henri Matisse lately. It’s a bit of a tough go, reading art catalogs. First of all, many of them are enormous; the kind that, were I to read one in bed, I would be at great risk for concussion if I dozed off. Secondly, the reader is […]