Tag Archives: artist

If Jackson Pollock was a photographer – #18

I imagine one his photographs might look like this:    

Interview With Webcomic Artist Jeff Lofvers at Stone Path Review

An interview with webcomic artist Jeff Lofvers of Don’t Hit Save is now available for your reading pleasure at Stone Path Review & Magazine.

Jackson Pollock in the news

My favorite painter is in the news again, but for good reasons. Lior Shamir, a computer scientist at Lawrence Technological University, has developed software that analyzes images and is able to authenticate a painting from 90% to 100% accuracy with the proper training and testing. As an example, he analyzed 26 Jackson Pollock paintings initially […]
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Interview / Peter Vircks

Here is the interview I conducted with Peter Vircks, a jazz musician from Minnesota.  This appears in the Fall 2014 issue of Stone Path Review. Introduction, by William Ricci Minneapolis-based musician, composer and arranger Peter Vircks is a founding member of the modern jazz group Moveable Feast and the Peter Vircks Quartet. He is also […]
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Spring 2014 – Stone Path Review

The Spring 2014 issue of Stone Path Review has been published to the website. A viewable and downloadable PDF will be available shortly. This issue features visual arts by Aaron Bowen, Jimmy Ostgard, W. Jack Savage, Julian J. Jackson; poetry by Cambria Jones, Charles Wilkinson, Daniel Flanagan, John Grey, Mark J. Mitchell, Rachel Nix, Richard […]
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Book Review – Under the Wild Ginger

A new book review of “Under the Wold Ginger”, by Jeffrey Willius, has been posted to Stone Path Review.