Category: Art


Visual Philosophy

The Oath of the Horatii by Jacques-Louis David. War exhausts the soul of a people. Even the best of men comprehend its deepest and darkest repercussions.

Monday Announcements

(August 31, 2020) Today marks the last Monday of August 2020, only three months until the November elections and four months until the year of Covid-19, Black Lives Matter, and double hurricanes in the Gulf of Mexico comes to an end. What awaits next year will be a continuation of present distress. New Years Eve will not be a time of celebration but angst … Read More Monday Announcements


(A Poem) By Edward Kyle Richey If time were a persona she would be that of Medusa A female renowned for her beauty Turned to stone by man’s wickedness Punished for being raped by Poseidon in the Temple of Athena No justice given for her No voice to speak out against the real pain she suffered No, her only crime was to taint so-called … Read More TIME

Visual Philosophy

(Month of August, Series 2020) Mere Beauty In Truth Mere Beauty In Truth (click link for Instagram) is my theory of the Aesthetic. Influenced by the late Sir Roger Scruton I aim to use art, nature, architecture, and other mediums to witness a higher form, reality and truth about life through perception.  Beauty requires us to recognize the ugly, the profane, and the false … Read More Visual Philosophy