Painting is silent poetry, and poetry is painting that speaks.



“…And any good painting can elevate: It can make someone stop and, along with the artist, consider something new as “possible.” I know that when I see insanely gorgeous works by Velazquez, Da Vinci, or Van Gogh I get very inspired to climb that ladder not out of hubris so much but by the shred of hope I have in any achievement by knowledge of the fact that they were also human beings and very much inviting us with what they have done.”

–John Brosio, excerpted from an interview included in this issue 


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