New work on display at the Paul Mellon Arts Center in Wallingford, CT from September 1, 2016, through October 29th, 2016. The gallery is free and open to the public. It is open daily 9:00 am to 7:00 pm while school is in session.Read More
Digital Printmaking class taught by Ken Lovell at Creative Arts Workshops in New Haven, CT. Students will be encouraged to experiment with a variety of digital printmaking techniques that will combine the precision and control of digital imaging with the unpredictability of painting and printmaking.Read More
“In Toulouse he asked to see the man who had built a bridge over the Midi canal. In the course of questioning the engineer-in-chief who presented himself, Napoleon realized that although he was hoping to take the credit, he couldn’t have built the bridge, so he told the prefect, M. Trouvé, to produce the real bridge-builder, to whom he said, ‘I’m happy that I came myself, otherwise I’d not have known that you were the author of such a fine work, and would have deprived you of the reward to which you’re entitled.’ With a poetic justice found all too rarely in history, he then gave the bridge-builder the engineer-in-chief’s job.”
Excerpt From: Roberts, Andrew. “Napoleon.” Penguin Group US, 2014-10-23.