Featured Art: Characterization

Everett Raymond Kinstler:
Pulps to Portraits
Fairfield University’s
Bellarmine Museum

June 14 – September 28, 2012

Feeling, imagination, and the means to communicate them. These are the personal attributes that Everett Raymond Kinstler values and what he brings to each work of art he creates. “That’s my yardstick. I can’t really separate the three, but if I had to, I’d probably place feeling at the top. Feeling is everything,” he said, by way of explaining what differentiates a great artist from the rest. Whether it’s via the arc of Sinatra’s song styling, the lyricism of W. Somerset Maugham’s prose, or the glowing vibrancy of his own watercolors and oils, Kinstler says it’s the artist’s job to convey emotion. More>>


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