Posts Tagged ‘lorette c. luzajic

Idea Fountain Books presents ‘Kilodney Does Shakespeare, and other stories’, a new book by Lorette C. Luzajic, about Canadian cult writer Crad Kilodney. Kilodney Does Shakespeare, and other stories, with cover illustration by Tyler Landry. Once upon a time, in a place very far away, the mad scientists of the divine comedy had a particularly delicious idea. [...]

Abstract art isn’t about the same levels of drawing, perspective, practice, control. It is about pushing these boundaries and standards… by Lorette C. Luzajic It’s a question that has vexed me for decades now, but I’ve come to I accept it won’t be answered. If you are an artist or an art aficionado, it has [...]

Confessions of an Accidental Photographer by Lorette C. Luzajic My photography is full of mistakes. And I use the most basic, generic of cameras. I don’t know how to use Photoshop. I do use some touchup and cropping tools in iPhoto. I’m not philosophically opposed to alteration or technology as part of art. I’m all [...]

Writer and artist Lorette C. Luzajic has designed a minimalistic yet striking new collage series. Her goal was to focus on composition, utilizing less imagery and concentrate on form. Here are some sample pieces… P blue and purple composition

The Speed of Life at the Speed of Light By Lorette C. Luzajic Where has the year gone? Today is already the tenth of January, the week already a blur. I was hoping “focus” would magically come a little easier for me this year, but I concede already that its unlikely. Focus on what? My [...]

General Idea’s Retrospective at the Art Gallery of Ontario By Lorette C. Luzajic The Art Gallery of Ontario really outdid itself this time, devoting two of its four floors of prime cultural real estate to the “art” of General Idea. It should have been called “No Clue.” Given the breathless gushing about this Canadian train [...]

Talking with guest columnist Lorette C. Luzajic about her new poetry book, Solace. Your first poetry collection was The Astronaut’s Wife: Poems of Eros and Thanatos. Are the themes in Solace a departure from those themes, the themes of love and death? No. I would venture that love and death, or life and death, are  [...]

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