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Three Things: The Kid Edition

2017 May 8
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As we approach Mother’s Day, let’s focus on the little folks who make mothers what they are: crazy people. Just kidding. But let’s give some young’uns some adventures, shall we?


Angela Strassheim, Untitled (Horses), from Left Behind series. Photograph.


Holly Andres, River Road: Milepost 39, from The Fallen Fawn series. Photograph.


Jeremy Geddes, Acedia, 2012. Oil on board.


Three Things: One Morning Edition, II

2015 May 4
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A few years back, we stepped into a character’s morning for inspiration, and this week we’ll do the same. This time, we’re joining our character at the tail end of his dream-state, and following him out into the world. What’s going through his head this morning?



Jeremy Geddes, Cluster from Immaterial series, 2011. Oil on board.



Maximilien Luce, Morning, Interior, 1890. Oil on canvas. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, New York.



Peter Doig, Lapeyrouse Wall, 2004. Oil on canvas. Museum of Modern Art, New York, New York.


Three Things: Dream Edition VI

2013 February 4

I’ve had some nutty dreams of late. Which means it’s about time for another dream edition. This time, let’s bring the dreamer into the picture.


Salvador Dali, Dream Caused by the Flight of a Bee around a Pomegranate, One Second before Awakening, 1944. Oil on canvas. Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum, Madrid, Spain.


Jeremy Geddes, A Perfect Vacuum, 2011. Oil on board.


Henry Fuseli, The Nightmare, 1781. Oil on canvas. Detroit Institute of Arts, Michigan.