This spiral sketchbook is filled with Dusti Bongé’s contour drawings of jazz scenes in New Orleans. This one is likely from the late 1940s.
Stephen Hayes, a Duke University art professor who lives in Durham, began his craftsmanship journey when he was in only first grade.
Here we have Dusti Bongé sketching fish. Do the fish represent something deeper, or are they just fish?
Given Dusti’s interest in Zen Buddhism, it is not surprising that a concept like infinity would also intrigue her.
The VMFA will temporary loan the sculpture ‘Chief’s or Diviner’s Figure Representing the Belgian Colonial Officer Maximilien Balot’ for an exhibition in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
I’ve lived across the Deep South for more than 30 years, but I learned a new Southern expression this week: shoofly.