Author Archives: Kevin D. Bell
Today I read “Their Morals and Ours” by Leon Trotsky. He wrote the piece in 1938 for publication in ‘New International,’ the theoretical Journal of the Socialist Workers Party in the United States. It was barely a year before the … Continue reading
Earlier in the year I set a goal of completing five paintings by the end of summer. The project is done. The work varies from studies of historic photos in three cases, to a couple of images I composed from … Continue reading
Flipping through the Illustrated War News from April 18, 1885, I came across this interesting image.
It’s been awhile since I’ve posted. I’ve been plugging away on some paintings, getting a series of 5 finished and framed, but it’ll be a bit before I’m ready to post those. I’ve also got a post I’ve been tinkering … Continue reading
This book is a quick read, and keeping track of the action might take a bit of effort if your not familiar with the events it relates to. There are also problems of representation which undermine the book as a … Continue reading
This painting marks a deviation from the historical and city scape subjects I have been dealing with recently. It was given by me to my partner for her birthday just past.