"I am not sure what more I could tell you about these pieces. I could tell you that I liked doing some of them more than others, but that all of them were hard for me to do, and took more time than perhaps they were worth; that there is always a point in the writing of a piece when I sit in a room literally papered with false starts and cannot put one word after another and imagine that I have suffered a small stroke, leaving me apparently undamaged but actually aphasic."
Like many creative projects, growth often happens backstage, powered down and sometimes way outside of one's typical area of focus. This is especially true for us here lately at Beard & Brush. Although we won't be posting new material in this format, everyone involved in this project is still thriving and writing about art. Two of the writers are pursuing graduate degrees and one moved to Boston--so there you have it--a sign-off, for now.
Thank you for reading.