Tad Spurgeon: For the Love of Craft

by Matthew Innis |

One day while visiting a museum, artist Tad Spurgeon was struck by how much better older artworks looked in person – and how much worse Modern works looked – when compared to their printed counterparts. Although Spurgeon liked Modern Art and felt that the best of it had something important to offer in terms of poetry, lyricism, and visceral mark-making,…

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