Don’t Mess with the Magician.
Fueled and spurred on by creativity, the magician gives birth to the work of art. Thoughts of creativity bring pictures to mind of a magician onstage in a Shakespearean play. Listen! When theatre lights darken, strike the drum, bring on the music, drama and song! We are enchanted and charmed in a magical, mystical realm. […]
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! […]
My husband approves of the other men in my life
And David understood. In fact, he was pleased. That’s the happy lot of a novelist, because these other men are entirely fictitious. (It’s rather like having imaginary friends in childhood.) My main “man” for The Osgoode Trilogy (comprised of Conduct in Question, Final Paradox and A Trial of One), was fictional Toronto lawyer Harry Jenkins. […]