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Basquiat: the Artist as a Young Man.


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My name is Alexander Wainwright, a landscape painter, living in London, but also in books and apparently Cyberspace. Time and space can get confusing. But more about that some other day. You may already have met me in the novels of The Trilogy of Remembrance or on my Facebook Page. Since I am a character […]

Basquiat: Now is the Time.


Basquiat, Madonna, Warhol, AGO, art, Paramount, Collaboration Project, graffiti, street art, racism, Selma, Edmund Pettis Bridge, New York City, Trayvon Martin, Michael Brown, Eric Garner, Tony Robinson, novels about artists, The Trilogy of Remembrance

You know how it is. You’ve been aware of an artist for years, but somehow haven’t really stopped up to look closely at his work–unfortunately! But now is the time. I’ve just come back from a terrific exhibition at The Art Gallery of Ontario of  the work of the artist, Jean-Michel Basquiat. A brief search […]

Radiant and Sublime Art.


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Have you seen the movie Mr. Turner about the famous British landscape artist, J.M.W. Turner? Remember how he used light so powerfully as a spiritual force that it created waves of action in his paintings. If you missed the post Light and Spirit in Art  click here. You can also catch the movie trailer there as well. One […]

Light and Spirit in Art.


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#spirituality #art #novels #art #synchronicity #creativity #landscape #painting In my blog post, “Synchronicity and Creativity”, I talked about one quality any truly great artist must possess. Primarily, she or he must have access to that vast “library” of the human experience found in the unconscious and the collective unconscious. That is where all the material […]