THIS THING CALLED ART!
At the Gallery with Alexander Wainwright and Mary E. Martin, your author and guide. We’re in an art gallery with my friend, Alexander Wainwright, Britain’s finest landscape painter. He’s a man open to many points of view and certainly is eager for your opinion. He does not like to be reminded that he is a […]
IS THAT ART?
The Row at the Tate Modern Gallery! Alexander Wainwright, landscape artist and star of The Trilogy of Remembrance. One evening at the Tate Modern Gallery in London, two British artists–Alexander Wainwright and Rinaldo began a debate in a relatively civilized fashion. But Rinaldo had the poor taste to show his video which was ungentlemanly of […]
Shock, Awe and Banksy
I first published this post in October 2012 about the graffiti artist Banksy. The ideas raised by Banksy’s art caught my attention because they reminded me greatly of a those of a character, Rinaldo, the conceptual artist, found in The Trilogy of Remembrance. I’m just on the point of publishing the third novel in that […]
Two Artists Battle at the Tate Modern over Artists Manifesto
A conceptual artist’s manifesto as told by Alexander Wainwright, Britain’s finest landscape artist. My friend Charles said, “Alex? Aren’t you walking rather quickly? I’m getting winded just trying to keep up with you!” Charles has been accompanying me on these strolls along the Victoria Embankment for some evenings. I stopped and said, “So sorry! […]
Novel Characters Escape from their Pages
These stories are developed from the novels of The Trilogy of Remembrance [The Drawing Lesson, The Fate of Pryde and Night Crossing] and are designed to entice you into that world and read them. Alexander Wainwright, Britain’s finest landscape painter and visionary artist, is the star. Think of them as delightful appetizers. Enjoy and […]