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Comment Archives: stories: Visual Arts

Re: “Starr Wars

i haved lived here for 27yrs and as a young child i have grown up seeing and knowing about these statues, i have now a 9yr old son and to have the neighbors complain of some amazing art work, what happens to the history here in colorado springs about these statues and for our childeren to learn and know about them to carry on. for the neighbors who state that its a problem then move these have been here forever and its part of colorado springs the sculptures shouldn't move.

Posted by perez_tiffanie30 on 03/08/2010 at 11:53 PM

Re: “Starr Wars

i haved lived here for 27yrs and as a young child i have grown up seeing and knowing about these statues, i have now a 9yr old son and to have the neighbors complain of some amazing art work, what happens to the history here in colorado springs about these statues and for our childeren to learn and know about them to carry on. for the neighbors who state that its a problem then move these have been here forever and its part of colorado springs the sculptures shouldn't move.

Posted by perez_tiffanie on 03/08/2010 at 11:51 PM

Re: “Story of my life

Nice, how about an article on New Zealand born artist Valerie Unwin? - I believe Mary Allen can very likely put you in touch with this excellent artist, as she has always had a wish to show off the wild and wonderful West Coast of the South Island of New Zealand, a beautiful, spiritual and mysterious place wonderfully captured in her work.

Posted by scubadel on 01/28/2010 at 1:46 PM

Re: “Step inside

Xenu01,

I forwarded your question to Daisy McConnell at the I.D.E.A. Space, who sent it on to Lynn Warshafsky, the executive director of Venice Arts, who writes:

"Funds have gone both to the women (directly) and to Reecontro to benefit the kids. They've also helped equip a small photo program in Mozambique, which we continue to support, as able, through a portion of funds raised through print sales. The balance goes to support future projects.
That being said, we generally see the project as more akin to photojournalism -- that is, to telling untold stories and raising awareness.
This is an interesting issue (and sometimes controversial, related to image ethics, money, meaningful contribution, etc.) and, hopefully one that a student will raise during our presentation."

To clarify, Reencontro is the orphanage that cares for the children in Mozambique. McConnell adds that this information is on display at the exhibit.

Thanks for your question,

Edie Adelstein

Posted by Edie Adelstein on 01/21/2010 at 9:50 AM

Re: “Step inside

Just one thing bothers me: Are these women and children getting real (name and $$) credit for their work?

Posted by Xenu01 on 01/20/2010 at 1:13 PM

Re: “Rocking orthodox

I'm a parishoner at Holy Theophany with some interest in art and experience with things Russian. It was a very interesting exhibition. I can identify with Fr Luke's torn state. Any self-aware Christian living in the world and trying hard to keep his heart in Christ can understand. Fr Luke's art is a great expression of that tension. The fact that he is very talented is also a plus. Beauty and God mixing together - who knew?

Posted by T/J on 01/12/2010 at 7:42 PM

Re: “Rocking orthodox

Luke Sheffer's dedication was unrivaled. Had I known he wanted to be a monk, I would have made him prepare my dinner and sweep the studio floors. But he thanked me enough for teaching. I still have three of his incredible drawings hanging in my house and studio.

Posted by graydon parrish on 01/09/2010 at 10:18 AM

Re: “Monster ascent

YEA! CityRock-It is such a great place-Everyone should go

Posted by Dnapi on 01/04/2010 at 6:59 PM

Re: “Soirees, spreads and salutations

Horrible musical selection, by the way. That is, if you already out of high school...

Posted by Oppenheimer on 12/31/2009 at 11:25 AM

Re: “Soirees, spreads and salutations

what about the music aspect, i found this pretty cool playlist http://reallychill.org/audio/a-really-chil…

Posted by jackaroo on 12/30/2009 at 1:18 PM

Re: “All those Christmas clichés

Will have to go see this....kind of tired of the same old.... and in this economy, if I spend some $ on a show, I want to see something new and fresh. SWL

Posted by madsony on 12/11/2009 at 7:13 PM

Re: “Stuff it

You gotta love when blowhards like Beck open their mouths to pontificate about how a film like Leonard's is "unbelievably wrong on just about every fact" yet when pressed for explanation and refutation he can give nothing but opinion and assumption. He truly is the blind leading the blind. But what's most scary is he's paid millions to do it.

Posted by Zen on 12/03/2009 at 12:38 PM

Re: “Gang of 4

"Similar to Andrew Wyeth's hyperrealism, PĂ©rez's almost disturbing level of clarity hints at such a metaphysical world."?

This person is being paid to review art?

Posted by jojo on 09/11/2009 at 12:02 AM

Re: “Gang of 4

Dear Edie, Are you really comparing this work to Thomas Kinkade's Landscapes?
Please take another look at his Mountain, Seascape, City Scene, etc. landscapes in
the Plein Air and French Impressionism and Studio paintings.
I would buy a Thomas Kinkade over these anytime! Thank you, God Bless!

Posted by Steven Austen on 09/10/2009 at 5:40 PM

Re: “Love and logic

The instincts of mating go back to a time before we talked. A million or more years?? Romantic, comes from Rom, it means sophisticated by what, two thousand years ago??. The sexual part of our existence, by today's standards has shrunk to a small percentage of our drives. This in fact means that those of us who lack enough libido will not procreate and our genes will die out. This reminds me of a friend who values his wife, his Mercedes and his high rise apartment in Mississauga. He is not the only friend of mine who has that kind of life. A person who seeks a mate is an amateur at that. It is little wonder that in the past parents decided who their offspring should mate with, marry? Most of the people writing about things learned to write but often not to understand what they are writing about. The yearning of a missed opportunity, is mostly for what one imagined was that and a fleeting smile is not much of a valued missed opportunity. Our culture teaches us more wrong decisions than right ones. Wisdom is not taught in school but an inherited talent few of us will ever experience except by meeting such a person and I am sure it will be a large, if not devastating, surprise every time.

Posted by iddiklu on 08/16/2009 at 11:35 AM

Re: “Visual learner

What an inspiration ~ Dillon is an amazing example of the sheer potential that lies within one young person! We need to support and encourage someone so obviously gifted.

Many will be watching and listening for more to come ~ Many thanks to his proud papa for sharing this with us!

Posted by shawneb on 08/07/2009 at 11:03 PM

Re: “Walls tumbling down

Awesome article! We've come a long way, baby!

Posted by Ramen Girl on 07/22/2009 at 10:11 AM

Re: “String theorist

Sean,
Very Cool, thanks for sharing your talent with us all. Loved watching it come together.
Julie

Posted by Julie Schuvie on 07/18/2009 at 12:01 PM

Re: “String theorist

Awesome and so fun to have been part of it. Thanks for sharing this fun time with all of us.
Cyndi

Posted by Cyndi on 07/18/2009 at 9:39 AM

Re: “String theorist

Go Sean!
I'll come see it soon...
Paola

Posted by drbeeme on 07/16/2009 at 8:31 AM

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