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Paint & Clay Club Makes A Buzz

by Brian Slattery | May 23, 2018 1:01 pm

Alfonsina BetancourtHe sits in the kind of light that a nobleman might sit for in a 17th century portrait. Or it could be the light from a naked bulb over his head. The light sets his shoulder ablaze, deepens the shadows below his knees. It obscures his face a little, too, but not the tattoos on his arms. He’s defined by his occupation here, or maybe his vocation — a drummer — and you get the sense that’s how he wants it, to be valued not by what he has, but by what he does, what he brings into the world.

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Ted Takes

by Ted Littleford | May 23, 2018 7:49 am