Alex Caldiero takes up the case for Bob Dylan as Nobel-worthy poet.
Bob Dylan has always been a mercurial figure in the arenas of music and literature, and being awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature last year has seemed to sharpen the polarizing effect of his expressive vision.
En Plein Air, Man of La Mancha, Kevin Smith, Carve the Mark
>Ah, plein air—the most Western of painting genres. What could define the artist as rugged individual more than braving the elements to make art in the great outdoors, from life, almost melding into and becoming part of nature in all its glory.