Month: May 2019

Copy-Change: “Next Case” by John Lawless

Copy-Change: “Next Case” by John Lawless

Original Poem: “Next Case” by John Lawless It was too loud…. perhaps too soft A bit succinct…. bordered on terse A rhythm laced with stumbling blocks Its meter…. broke sidewalk cracks Spellcheque….well it can’t be trusted Nor syllables counted on the fingers The court of […]

Copy-Change: At the Edge of Time by Pierre Reverdy

Copy-Change: At the Edge of Time by Pierre Reverdy

Original Poem: The stems of  the sun bent over the eye The sleeping man The whole of  the earth And this head heavy with fear In the night This complete hole Vast And even so streaming with water The noise The peals of  little bells […]

Washington Crossing the Delware

Washington Crossing the Delware

Washington Crossing the Delaware by Lily Davison, Tony Senatore, Samantha Proctor, and Audrey Bartholomew We are depicting “Washington Crossing the Delaware” by Emanuel Leutze (circa 1851). We chose this piece because it has a lot of room for creativity with the water and the boat, […]

The Last Supper

The Last Supper

The Last Supper by Sarah Nelson, Lena Labiran, Katherine Ator, Nicole Barnes, and Jonathan Fanshaw. We are emulating the piece “The Last Supper” by Leonardo da Vinci, painted around 1495-1497. It depicts the biblical last supper, which is the communion Jesus gave before his crucifixion. […]

American Gothic

American Gothic

American Gothic: Tanya Sabirzhanova, Angela Qian, and Catherine Elliot The original is the 1930 piece by Grant Wood featuring a stern-looking farmer couple holding a pitchfork. We chose this piece because we thought we could play off the austere vibes of the couple. We thought […]