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Luc TuymansAuschwitz, 1978

Luc Tuymans
Auschwitz, 1978

Misha Kominek
First Journey Home


Born in Denver April 29, 1936Parents died at early age, moved from relative to relativeFirst real job was running cars into Mexico for resaleLater became a used car salesmanNo formal art training, learned all I know from a friend, who taught me the fundamentals and encouraged me to paint. After five years of intensive work, I moved to South Elgin to be near my friend. My hobbies are flying and reading. I had a plane but lost it when I decided to devote my full time to painting and couldn’t make the payments.

Vern Blosum

Born in Denver April 29, 1936
Parents died at early age, moved from relative to relative
First real job was running cars into Mexico for resale
Later became a used car salesman
No formal art training, learned all I know from a friend, who taught me the fundamentals and encouraged me to paint. After five years of intensive work, I moved to South Elgin to be near my friend. My hobbies are flying and reading. I had a plane but lost it when I decided to devote my full time to painting and couldn’t make the payments.


Vern Blosum

Squarepusher - “My Sound”

New work from Gregory Halpern

Jean-Léon Gérôme

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Team of Dogs in the Desert (c. 1866)

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Bonaparte Before the Sphinx (c. 1867-1868)

The Past

Herrings begin to glow just after they die,
never while alive. When I read this
I wanted to sit for a long time in the dark.
Nothing in nature is a metaphor.
Everything is. I thought both thoughts.
And knew inexactly why I felt sad.
Herrings dead and aglow–
I should have been properly amazed,
the way anyone looking at a star
would be, realizing it was years away,
untouchable. Yet there it is, shining.


Stephen Dunn

TBW Books Subscription Series #4

TBW Books Subscription Series #4