Polymer: Journey to New Terrain, October 21-23, 2011at Wingspread

Seeing polymer exhibited in the Racine Art Museum‘s elegant environment was a feast for the eyes, but the accompanying symposium, “Polymer: The Journey to New Terrain”, was like an all-you-can-eat buffet.  Beginning Friday and lasting through Sunday, attendees gobbled up …

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Rachel Carren, Bonnard Cupola Brooch, 2010 2.4" x 2.4" x .4", polymer, acrylic, mica powder

A certain perceived divide has long existed between artists and art historians, likewise between writers and literary critics. Ernest Hemingway had a memorable barb: “Critics are geldings, standing in the field trying to evaluate the work of stallions.”