Rothko Before

I’ll never forget the day I first saw a painting by Mark Rothko. I stopped dead in my tracks and just stared. It drew me in. I could not look away. Analyzing why I felt compelled to stay right where I was, I told myself that it was really so simple, anyone could do it….

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Collaborative Efforts of ICA

Love and passion- in a different sort of way. That is what one needs to possess in order to carry out the incredibly detailed and tedious work that the scientists/artists of the ICA perform every day.Meet the folks of the Intermuseum Conservation Association, the first regional, non-profit art conservation/preservation center in the United States. Located…

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Not Pulp Fiction

Start off with a plant called Kozo. Grow it, harvest it, peel it, pound it. And then you start to make your paper. Cleveland’s (and the country’s) handmade paper making expert and founder of The Morgan (The Morgan Art of Papermaking Conservatory and Education Foundation), Tom Balbo, now has a fascinating display at Cleveland Artists…

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Late Summer Skies

With the various fronts coming through Cleveland, our skies at sunset have been amazing!

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West Side Market: Documenting the Journey

  Cleveland is about to be treated to its own personal history with the publication of Cleveland’s West Side Market: 100 Years and Still Cooking. Back in 2008, Marilou Suszko, a noted food writer and teacher from Vermillion, heard that the West Side Market would celebrate its centennial birthday in 2012. She realized not much…

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