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  • Wood Gas

    My art is much more prosaic. I do structures, and I believe I have attained beauty on occasion. Some times a rough vision is hindered by complexity, a structure must stand. The more I chase the idea, the farther I get from it. Complexities compound and the idea gets lost in the calculations. Often I awaken with the problem, no problem, some simple, elegant solution that has beauty of it's own, though no one will ever see it, has presented itself.

  • Adam Johnson

    I've been thinking about this topic so much lately. Getting ready to graduate from college with a Bachelor's of Fine Arts degree, I keep thinking about all the kids that are growing up today and being told to do something other than follow their dream. If a kid is interested in art why is it that we sometimes tell him/her that, that isn't a feasible goal and to pursue something 'professional' is the appropriate thing to do. Arts DO matter and they are important to our vitality as a culture. It is crucial that we continue to support dreams and those that want to pursue them.