Let’s suppose your character finds her or himself in an empty house. What happens next?
William Eggleston, Untitled, from 10.D.70.V2. Photograph. www.egglestontrust.com
Anna Ådén, Untitled from Plainness series. Photograph. www.imable.se
Michael Cappabianca, The Aztecs, from The Material. Photograph. www.michaelcappabianca.com
This morning I’m peering out from behind some curtains. Let’s peer, and then write. (And tomorrow, make sure you go behind the election curtain and VOTE!)
Larry Sultan, Mom in Curtain, 1991, from Pictures from Home series. Photograph. www.larrysultan.com
Anna Ådén, Untitled from Lily of the Valley series. Photograph. www.imable.se
Andrew Wyeth, Her Room, 1963. Tempera. Farnsworth Art Museum, Rockland, Maine.
This week, the Hazel & Wren team heads to the Prairie Gate Literary Festival! In light of that, let’s write some words around the prairie.
Andrew Wyeth, Turkey Pond, 1944. Tempera on panel. Farnsworth Art Museum, Maine.
Pawel Pierscinski, Untitled. Photograph. www.pierscinski.pl
Anna Ådén, Untitled from Autumn Fields series. Photograph. www.imable.se
For all intents and purposes, our swimming season is over in the Midwest: Labor Day has come and gone, and the school year has begun. If you’re bound and determined, though, you may find a few warm days yet before autumn truly takes its hold. This week, let’s toast the few months of the year when we Minnesotans eschew our layers and bare our skin.
Anna Ådén, Untitled from Lily of the valley series. Photograph. www.imable.se
Barbara Cole, Girl with a Pearl Necklace, from Underworld, 2003. Photograph. www.barbaracole.com
Daniel Seung Lee, Barton Springs Pool, Austin, TX. Photograph. www.danielseunglee.com