Mostly Mammals and Minds, J.M. Kohler Art Center

An hour jaunt up I-43 will land you in Sheboygan, WI, a stylish lakeside neighbor with maritime charm. John Michael Kohler (Gilded Age Wisconsin industrialist and famed namesake of fine toilet and faucet fixtures) felt Sheboygan, at population of 15,000, had too many people a decade into the 20th century to have room for hisContinue reading “Mostly Mammals and Minds, J.M. Kohler Art Center”

Retrospective: Waldek Dynerman, Train Project

A post about artist Waldek Dynerman was my first. The original release date was February 1, 2009 on the Sane Artworks Blog. ——- —- ——- Non-Obvious takes on Big History through Little Eyes In plain view under a curved lamppost with a conical fixture beaming down light, sits an endomorphic body-type mannequin postured upright onContinue reading “Retrospective: Waldek Dynerman, Train Project”