There’s a new category here at Notes from a Composer: Arts-a-Poppin’.
(This category, like all the others, can be accessed on the right side of every site page, just below the tweet stream.)
After posting a double bill of selections from ART NY 2018 (after showcasing the 2016 and 2017 ART NY editions), it has become obvious that a special focus on the visual arts has crept into my blog as one more sideline to my shared musings and enthusiasms. And then too there is my propensity to share some of my artsy fartsy photographic experiences, which often have more than just a touristy angle, if that.
So now there is a blog archive that collects my sporadic enthusiasm for visual arts and visual amateur experimentations.
Where, in addition to the ART NY Extravaganzas, you may spend time with Rodin in Brooklyn.
Or stumble upon hidden folk art in Brazil.
In particular views of the architecture.
Or revealed in a blustery moment.
Even found at home. In a sculpture.
Or in an ephemeral moment. Outside.
PS: And in case you are wondering why I call it “Arts-a-Poppin'”, well that’s just an arty poppy riff on the title of the classic 1930s stage and film comedy “Hellzapoppin'”.