Whew, did it! I wrote, recorded, and put together in Windows Movie Maker 50 of these short talks on artists or single works of art. For the year, that amounts to more than 100 minutes of video, and 15,000 words of writing.
The final one of 2010 is on Cecily Brown, an English painter who is also the daughter of the grand old critic David Sylvester (whose main claim to fame is that he played Boswell to Francis Bacon's Johnson).
Coming in 2011: the audio/printed book version of these meditations on art.
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